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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889011101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v: 'i Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. GEOKd'EaiUHNMSS. ;()(1 I Interior Journals STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY -- 11. 1889. LRE F. HUFFMAN, SUKOLON DKNflST, SlANKOKD, NO. 96 FOR cmtiradni; Safe, hi igreatls AN EI.KOAN'I A: CVrtuhily our return tiekoKon tin ' X. route were cm it most model ate and CIHTOIIH .HCillt'. ni-jli- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. is Love The pioposed new firm of Mills Oui tlcketn carried us through (tallies-villPossibly Hro. Co., has not materialized. Dishman, Dishman & Metcall', LMtAItflti TIIJC LOUD. but when we found it involved a Walton ean tell us why. Yes, but it locality, ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. nielil in tlml wouldn't be worth the space. llAllfOW, Toik CVt, Fi .,.l..v.ll,,i,, rrrn kitnnt.J nn fill. Sl.infr.rd anil ( ml. .l llAKllOL'RVII.LV an I'INEVILLE, KY HorKI. ('vlll'KNTKIt. J our fnitli with not equal to the Minii!, itml Walnut Hut tor particulars The National H.lllk mill tilt' CltieilS Orchard pike It C DWVAlhKb, Will practice in any court in Kattern Kentucky National 11 ink elected their boards of di- atdress Dkih In ration: Wo left Mi Comb wo paid a bonus of il 'Jo each to oon to Crih Orchatd, K. y Examinations of land titles made a specially Any (Mv and Cousin Heber "alone In his (Valu instead. Kripecinllv were we not rectors on the Stli Hist. The aiue gensle tracts of timber, coal and mineral lands for to keep Iioiim', while (Joiialn Ma-- 1 rensMtred b) leading in tbat uiuriiluK's tlemen who served last year weie eho-Herioiv," HOUSE, sale. Information turmshed on an) point and) cor-- I respondence solicited ' mvoinininied it to New Orleans, Jacksonville paper n passionate oiler by except in the Citin-nGeo. T. LIBERTY, KY., was elected to fill the place llueh came up from the tit) iir) far n sjveral Ir.Uo eltiens of (Sulncvllle of F. W. WARRINNER,PROP'R. of W. A. AnderHon, resigned. the mft'Ht point to oH'oct n jui.itloii with $.'00 reward for the name of the , . .. , uiioiia.istarteiiine report nun mere i bf down tiain, mill escorted us thither. Sam Harris i quite sick with pneuI am sole Agent in Lincoln County for the Na I Icaied the aboie Hotel and Intend run of "yellow Jack Mill linger- We held four service in McCom- b- (were monia. W. S. Ferguson and sister, Mis ninehairIn every pirtleular. Spe- nonal Gaiment Cutter, which was spoken o highit ly of by liro Ilurnts in the Interior Journal. and three in the P. inn i that citv, Not wishing to bciou.e May, leave for Punta Oorda, cial attrn ion to commercial men. .iiv in the town-hal- l Price, with full instructions, $3. -.......... ... Mr. MAK II. PATTEN, , eiiuren. .... ires, v. initio, "will join the Haines Fin., wheie they 83 6ni Crab Orchard, Ky. me .i ie U "Troupe." Your hcrihe will probably Ood,", whs clone! aKaltist ti, by oruer iumi ciiHr-cie- r, timnli,v bl.wi. Hoot & Carter. I . r. .. . i .. II lu.rtli III. I.. :..r... nui.i iinn. TIioh. Wood wild lant Hnturclny to go along to take care of them and keep i ill ryii!u, a.s I wan i M. D., loun.i we were ,lurn,1im A c, sw.r Crwk( ,.., hem, f an eve on the illustrious "crank" (the irrii'cd the KiHiil brother in charge to Arnx.s at Hartow. I hand a No i ti.lil of Jclluo. Lit) ard Leave juur erdtrat (.aUU )(t ., Cl,nt( 1)Cr,)tmmi.Ad-titueitwiui- a appellation sounds funny now ) during and Nut Coal in m STANFORD, KY. carry outhiHSanhedrim'n nmu.l.Ue, I feel in for another night of delay; and tliw f(ttfI Yard or S. h Mir' more and the) ill be attendhappy rireiimstiincu that his hojourn in the South. kiiru; but thire wnn no help for it. 01 HIGC.INS. ed to i II Star ford, Ky Office on Lancaster Street, opposite Court-Hou"of like we were obliged to halt. Poyond uh oj Cicero Hall und fumjly, having been cmirm I felt it Home, lieinj; olio Imisville warehousi'H Hold W.OW Havmz removed to this place from Liberty, to practice his profewiou, calls the attention oi the .iMioiis" with the rent of my kind. To KOiitli lii'H Puntn Ctfnda, the terniintm hogsheads of tobacco last year, the with us for about three month, will pub lie to the fact that he will be ready at nil hours privileges, where a magnifi- l)uisv tile House heading the list with leave for Cynthi.inn. Mr. have tho door of the house, where mini) of railway day or night to answer calls in ton or countr). Thirty )ear of his life were spent in Stanford and Hall is superintendent of the Wrought ouls had been "born anain" undiriiiy cent hotel, with price to correrion(l, 17,1V hhils. he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as physician and surgeon A share of tho patron ministry, bhnl in my tace, wan not a awaited um, but nohtHnier to bear uh to Cattle are bteady in Cincinnati at 1 j Iron Itange Co., and began operation ageol thcpeoplcof Stanford and vie nity isarked down pleawint thinj:. Hut if the Synod can Naples, whlcli liehT'i miles lower for bent shipper; here last Ottober. He has bent out from for very common to uy iiiiii STANFORD, KY. oj.ll nca-m'hogsareattiveat i to 5.H0 and hhecp heie and sold over 400 ranges for which Office on Lancaster street in room rtcciilly htand it 1 can; and we had delightful the coast The loat that plied hint went anhore, in a blow, nome time firm at M to 5 cts. tncctinps notwitlntaml'ni. there has been paid to him something by I)r W. II I'cnny laHt year, and has not yet been repaired. New OrleniiHiiiIwa)H tho mont Hourbon and Harrison county farm- overSiN.OOO. This speaks well for the UE.LkK W I of citieii to xisit, and we put in Our only ihauce wan to catch the (iulf ers both held conventions Monday look- - man and the ranges. liefiirt- - the Hteamcr that louche at P. (J next Ttien-dav- ; ing toward the movement to plant noto-- 1 Hy way of a New Year's leinem- the half day at our iIihjxmhI, and that could only take uh to lui- - bacco crop this year. Hen Hurdett and his brance, iJepartureof ourtniin, very pleanantly ROWLAND, KY , have purchased the lumber yards of Meiin, leaving at. I e. m. we arrived in PenMCO.jta Khmi, 10 miles down; whence the wold to Heanl k Co., HI gOCHl Wife sent Seven boxes of oranges to George D Wearen and I M Uruce and will open It. P. Has a and " " ..T.7' ...r j ". ". i V . earn desire stock complete in allnl itsthedepartments their la at theghostl) hour of -' a. m. New rent of the o) age is made in a mii.HI inuleHiit $l,'.Vs) cash. T lev miu lltiit. ltimher in I He also hold to .m niaiiv IiiemlH heie. to call the attention public In a Urge line of wiuJom sashct, doors and shingles, stock of Men's und Hoys' Clothing, Hats, Cap- -, hajipy in hIooji or llnhing-HtnacYear'H dav, well worn out, but John II. Odcn 'J large mare mules for grown on the famous Uurdett giove at laths, posts and the picket fence formerly sold b) Hoots, Mioes, lr) Uoods, Motions and raiully I Thrw dayrt at the magnificent hotel, S.UK) cash. WinchcMcr Sun. S G. HOCKEU vatting into our old iiuarters at Sister Killaruey, Ha., and arohupeiior to the Mr. VVcaren. liroceriei Counlry produce taken in exchange ij lyr for (foods ill hmc our Lhristmas block by Dc Toler'n Intendeiicln Htreet. We knew with prices to corresond, was almost ns of lYankfoxt, has pur- -' oranges usually found on the m.uket. It. P. Peppei, abcrist CaUin nnd look atlt ! n COIIieinpmnuu iin a "Jjuuiu dislormillllOie w here to go beforehand, so didn't chased of Leland Stanford, of California, We are glad to know that this seabon's i turb the family. A pleasant llr and in a town where jellow fover had bay horse Xorval, by KltHtioneer, croj), which is larger than ever, has - the mes school i welcomed US and beds, So we resolved to halt at Harlow till fur- dam Norma, by Alexander's Norman, been wld at a good price i heerf ill light M) cottage on t pper Main street, Stanford, Also the cotnevt t' W 11 llisKins' ret'itcnie hweet and clean, wooed ith to hhinilK't ther light dawneil on fioHiioject. Mr J I' Divis tage uett dour, now occupied by Will open again MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. This Mute of the traxeling ipiiMion l'oses 1011 tn lirt named given at an) time and to The rest is well iI.epanduniliHttirbcd ille Tobacco A.oi-iatiolatter on No nth. MRS. I.OIM IE HOLMES, me Danville, Ky On organijUion by the weariness of travel, and Ueav-- 1 made .. very emv on the wi rth 7ltf Jeff Hull' and Jonas McKenie ire . .. 1889. .1 :n. completed its permanent i...ii in, the iinlitviMtof till, lias sweet cotn-- i now uiaiiKiui wouki we m- mr imi-i- i elcctiiiK Nicholas 1'iner president; Hen-- I tIL. .iinp,,v father" this week. S. O. DAVIS, ten..H'redcompet.nK lines of railway to and Alex; nsations for the ethautlous of earlhV I (;1(m.r Simeon Denny, ajed 101, is failing in Man) pupils have alrcad) cng ued and the prosnowuh ui.uK ... , much belter than ).lrimnKi's term for a pHronw, M.m.torv. health, though he retains his memory PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON, pects are Our work Is thorough,last is shown by lull school as the M. Pol- - well treat was our jileatire to meet our old brethren, when we are ilnpocdlOKrum. .,,iM.r, i .....i 11L,ilt ( te ichcrs who went out Irom us last )mr. We shall M'l' VIOliNON.UV. How would we like to revert make ispecialts the ensuing term of the Common while trying to stop a Dick Welsh, tnends in IVusaeol.t. ('apt. iVtterson, ble a bit lard a small number of yearling heifers School and Teachers' Course hrncc thoM" expect-inmuch to stage coaches, and such like" Itlessetl at Sit! per head. Mr. Liud alo sold to dog tight was badly bitten by one of the to teach could scarcely do better than enter the dearest of them ull, ha Othce next door to Whiteheid's Drug Store. our classes. Special mention given to diieases of children k Trow of late, in the death of Ids oldenl be Hteaml Hollard a pairof )oung mare mules for beligerent canines. Kills from 51 50 toil per month Mrs .Y V. DENNY. Principal. Chant Ijiir, who was badly shot -- jn, and the accident to the younger, i Alrvadv we have Ihm'H asked to hold itSlo and to W. il. King an aged mule Assistant. - loss of time since at l.ound Stone, is yet ami ii.nrvicfH tu bollitlie Aietnonisi for J'.K) that at onu time threatcnciLtlumis iccovery Lsuountiui. -- Robert Tarr told t!0 alive, nnd even life. The. Uncut of medi- - byterhiu churches. We preach and sing -- James Honk bought of J. M. Kish .flUkm. be (iodV blerinu'. i.reserv. d H). V.) in the Methodist church at 11 to- - .....l i,Piri. imili.4 to Tidbolt Hros. at 1889. nt night, j,,n LlMl.,( w , K)llt ji0 l!g tl,an the etorehouse recently occupied by S THE GENTS' FURNISHER, WUJ th, and Kmest was spared to his par-- 1 morrow and in the court-hous- e ints. The niptain bears up like the in- - that holding double the number of peo- wnrt()rt.ri.d Mix weeks ago. Hest feed-- 1 I.. Whitehead a.s a dmg Ftoie, for $400. 513 4th St., Louisville. --The Level Green correspondent of is, and faces even thing pic thai either of the churches will i,1(, niUi,.hold for :ij which was a slight 'repnl soul he Wo may go on till the Method.st jllI,provt.llu.nt n laM couit day, when the Signal getr, otl' the following. "Hut ILLL'SfRATLD. m lb an undaunted heart. Hut it is very tilii. The fashions of the day in the Gents' Furnish, Wednchdny ,llltlllriliH u...r,. ,1ir,.red hut none sold. the saddest words of tongue or ikmi are ing line will alu a) i be found in my store. 1 am i m.bini? to nee Ids eves till -isuch na- - Conference convenes-nc- xt eckly has a si ell established place us li irper tep dnvv u (Jiovcr and walk 141 Hen." agent lor the Indianapolis Steim Laundry, the 'veii ftny till they adjourn and Cietic contra with hi broad shoulders, -M V5l,hol(,( o( A.Kinxton, bought in ihe leading illustrated newspaper in America. 1 be , -- Dr. It. (5. Hedd, of Montana, is here best I.aundrv in the world M'a wlH,k; fairness swelling uiumIcs, in w hich lurks al-- then go on w itli the interrupted meet-and its editorial comments on current poli00tto tic lias earned lor it the resnict and confidence of Willis .iamu left ling Or. if frii mN from Kentucky ar-- j, JU ieHtreiiL'th. uiost ham,h ,,:), ' n, fl()- - KJ(1J A: visiting a relatives. nil impartla readers and the rjriet) nnd excel ... . t " v " ! eilnesilay for Texas and C'oloiado, lenceof Its lilerars contents, which inc tide cnal ISO- j,!,,,,,,,! Ti.11r-.ln- v Tn..il.iv it tioiiri'd tain lncesMint v.btit rive, en ruute to Naples, we ma) join, and short - stories by the best nnd most popular j,iuvhiil-c- l Janice Stevens is yet at Herea with his dunning -- imite like them and keep the meeting (or Haitow at Weilnewlav was it fer the perusal of people of the w.lilet tilers tmv nd ,ioj,s I think we "id have, rinje of tastes ind pursuit- - Supplements are . olW.,)0Ulul till our return trip. who is veiy ill. hogsi-siste.- , IN. lVnsatola we were familiar with. t TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. frequcntl) presided and no expense is spared tn the gospel in Hoi-- 1 bring the highest order ol irtiMic ability to bear , t, W -- Winchester . -- Our place has been Mruck by a mo Wfiiiade as dismal depaiture as nrriv a good time llllll-',"-- .,ls .. . ' If .. . . mimntsori linn Unllfr Mill in upon the sh.mi;e til pha.e. of hutne and foreign ... ....I... ..f IIIIII, a. I ..... lliuuiiliii.lniiii ilifl. um epiitemie. u. w. I'iiir goes to tne ,,, .. ;v.Vr -- r.i.fJrU ih.i . . .ur an M.iito history A wurk nf tiLtion frtmtl'e pen of II. Ill llllllll .11 iniw.ik. ill. r..... iv ' I tssss illi.tiu W tourse 1 cannot speak veiy intelh Democnit. one think the .v.... 1. ...1...1 H u T......I..., .,,..r,,i.. TI...M llerrin propertv; W.. M. Hanks . new oc- -' e.iain. .tuaU) uf itour, coe mtv pride cnuens oi Kinh' vull llcan.iiiioiil; ills and idine h) Ctpt Charles i II HI UlllVUil ' UW'illi(i enough ic features of the the lc lc I . iheiouui) shiuld ht .' ol the I'.ll ll- - Ilollse, (Mtr.)iif and .nitii.i thcsiine We wish to i.i eel.ls for is ueiitlv of this wonderful country vet. " r t ouhlcej began. ... Hi inn u Mi. . Will Sone .and Addle ClipiC a pOltlOll I .. .. :n tin n- - ..r-.- . in HUH. I ' ." 111 ...1.... 1... t. ... 1. t.tiiifw 111 111 11 nil inn .. nil is 111 j.i .!.!. I II.... I.... iijii. 1 ....... t. . tint i tin. Ilrsl nl...... we wen- - Ml Ullfortll- - " Keeping ) hki'h int; ill Jin. iiuun n. IS". lOrtll .....i...II HID uti.em ...j ...... ...1 ..in ni ....... mi . . ... .. . ,.....! ... ..r... .1... tive voit the result 111 future letters. 1 till- - Mil. ... C W is.l llieill ,..is....s i.v,. ilv,mvi ...1.... .1... 11...... ,..s.,.. 1., ' ..1. , n iiih.imii.n imt f sine. W. ! ..w,. 11.1 I slIMIIIUBinKVlluimil uisso si. J.isi imvi ' n .,,,,, ,l..nl ,0 ...I... " . I'er V r iariintlneeinlmrgoha.UM.en lifted. A ornaments to society. D. S. DavN; Judge Colyei and Jop Mi Call detriment and ca.. no. mv- - mi t, smt ans llH both aie , oo bought of Joe Swope .' plivup will go to the Kvans faun; IM I'lct.her, ., Harper s W eekli i.rtain aiuotint of filition ,4 oo ' .. 4 w Harper's Mutual no ,,;. of travel a. .JJ cent- -. John Wood lxniel.t of Ste- - moved to the hoi.se on the I'.etl.unini ..iter so violent an interruption .. oo )f h; wny Harper llaiar. . . . ' hogt. at 4i place vacated by M. M. Hi ittoii. ,,,,,, , .ti.d trallu as folio veil the jellow fever, aB.m lii be found at .li ume. v.he.Miilatve the liari cr Youiik 1'iuple Owslev some ..I HI ' Co Kurnm Ml.l H...e'lc- -' - u., . I"""1'"- """ '"d panicofNs. Idonottliink any of the, I'osinge Tret in all subscnbirs in thu liite", , A x ( k.m. Supt., Stanford itoiier M,u do Cinadiior Mico "" .or'' J"!1'. -" can be jiwtly blamed. They for 5 and o cents in tho city. Kggs e F , r li, like teache, of I'f ch.s- - , audls' heie. Mr. (ieorgo asked the tlenooly with gigantic d..IU-l.i.-; 1VXQS-2- ' cents .. . . . Ihe solitmcaof iltv Wcsklyuill bcndnilli ihlt " . .. IIIIIIIIMV i.ui " .. ' ,.r,,i,.i tion , . .. lirt tnimlwrfor Juiiuarj of .. )tr. When lie irom uie eounis .. v....... tie hits only to face w hat lien before Us ... S svononv seeimii to kiiow. P 5, s. time is mcutiom.d, iiibscripiiwts will beisjiii with J? I out oim... wilier .....l in tl... Hriclil secureii "Miimltiit! lilt i who thctiurrtssr cirrcnt at time at Tccl)it oforsittr. low, en we i each the land of our long- water." In some ,.lms, as along the to asMst in keeping Tom Smith 'SSPPCOQTIlJ Ell V f "Well. I'm an oiphan," said theteaeh-- ' 'llUUCjOOl III S Ii LiBifj Itnind si.lumo.uf Harpers WeeXI) for three with his dauphtet, Maty odd. ei, seeking an illuitiiition that wouldn't nigs, to be thankful for u niilway .system swampy railway line running near the I scars biik in real rluth hinilirc, will Im nt by 'iwevei to.iiplieatil and lonllUting. ",4"' v'" mill p.Kiaje rwitl, why erpnirs fre of opBe, AKKTHOsU WHO lOLLOW ,.. river iiiitrwes, . veiv much " ill tho water." " ""' " H'1"1 saw-im- .mi ; '" . ii." Harris is i ieve.il,.too much. i,,,,,,...,! m, ,m,i t It.m ., I heie ale two competing lines, hen pro. ldsd the fruulit does not cxuntlji pur sol- i,umi oi v. u After htriking the ontnge conn liriuht. l lie ituleiHl. Wood leinn is ownei of it exclaiined, "An oiphan it. a PpQntinQl "Ponnnmu in all Thinirs 'oi"K' lots of wo.k. waj, as widely variant in uitm-f- a. as Lind" begins, and v lh(. ..,;, . , IlUullUUl UUUUUUIJ 1U Ull iUlllU, Cth Icihw f.rbs m.h soluint, suiuM for bind. , , )( ((, v their nanu are shidlH.-- They are call-,m hl.1M,8 NOry low and not expected to live. Dr. woman that wants to get iimiiicd mid mail poslpndl mi ltij)t of Ji 111.' i lis. sent I, icspettively, the llou.ln each McOlure. of l'ulk., is visiting relatives can't." Kdi tor's Diawer, Iltu pet's M..g-aiii- e , i ,lVHM flu,Kllor. Thl rc Siu It habits and practice are htrgtly here. The entertainment at Hr.gl.t s ;.ri. W, , lllulthe South Florida. Oui Ihmngh hniild be for Jan. w,th ...... ... Uk( n 1 ,1 1...1 a ...a.. ........ CJ Ketimmmy in, to avoiumadt by ol iefflsi. j..n iiue 111 .1 miunnivui .in-- uuniiiv ....-lshiiiHC uroer or dr lui. at sundiyi, .... "...,....,...., night was enjoved hy nil. spoil- i..i:..:.........,.. . TueMlav t.kilr. misMl over Uith,. . . , . . lauitiesH one- rs n Mr. Wnlmsh to Mi Waldo, ol Hos. nn,i its all'airs, g.iincil fioin lareful stu.lv mu- -; . :.u, ,.f eer Hubblo is in the South with mules. N'tuspvptrs ire oi lo cops tli:iJserilww.iit , , oi u.r illUN un.iivmKnmnii r illUa Ii:III ,i ' IIIV IIHU.1! ton) I suppose Miss Waldo that youri and reading of the better class of Mltiio ivithnut the epre- - order of ll irper J. llrolhers. ,.... ixtul Miiut ULUL'ls a ie. .,.,.iir.L-.i.- i llor. . I.I.J. Walker soil ... usnunitiim clHirartui. . , ! " mi uruiiiir L'linr. . iiiurit tUu roLirvx NKWspvi'Lit!., suih as father is in business m Hoston" Vj. ics-l- l Vkl'KK .v. l'K'n'KK- - New Vorl. I li.r . ..... n.vi'.u'iii.mns tlint will .. iliiva mm fur KMiunlU'illl -lUU'C. 1. , .... ..I . rv t.v it. "OllU'll fruit. II l. delicious May, I1M HI" ' Mi?s Waldo- - (h, yes; he is one of the C. Kubanks have about Iveiumemorvas svno.iyms of muta-- l lwlU.0,m month, at its best; Hubble and J. shoe nianufactiuei theie. 50 cattle that they will tell at bameprue. piominent day and night; that, w Uh a par-- 1 t.Ui.H by I mhvr mfW hxw Mon, ,u)t ,,ttrvwt I lICV nave SOUl have Mr. Wabash Ah, indeed. . s llieir nu-- m t iviiui iv of live, beaiing about 15 bundles suns on. business experience In Worth, Merit and Kutcrprise, the ' ., their cattle mo sold. never hud much small and irreat. meant ciiotndi fret mid t ..... i.,....ii.i 41. delivered when at the head of Kuquiier certainly how , ........ , ,, i,,.,,,,..,.!,!,, ..i,,,,,,.,.! Mis. Sheiin is very low withUiopsv. A. uiy.self. Now, about make, long does- it modern journalism worrv to reonire a great deal of grace, to s llll'llll'., lllllll im bay, n good take your father to II I l sU WFIi .n 'i k"i'; of Kentucky, light iiqwint.i....v wild vto l Carman is almost on his legs again. Its mammoth size gives mom for thirty meet wiui eiiiiaiiiiuus. I feel eight dollar shoe" -- Now Yoik Sun. percent, more rending lt Information. enter t. Mate how wo nil ctuneout. Wo might have Ibein right lu're, ll.irter'" it,a'mt' is the iiml io lasui pcruidii.il in news and intelligence Is fuuu the most taming alnl heaiititui lor liSysvill he .1 tho imrld Climate for Consumptives. Buoklen's Arnica Salve. bitvo donu better; wc might have doiui tliujdy of this tropical winter. 1 am lieu nos Vinon thi ..Ui.iilions 1hebctk.iUcln the world lor cut, bruises reliable sources, diuct from a corps of el an.Vmcriiati stor), entitltd "Jupiter Lights," 1 he se eral climate, of I'lorida, Colorado and worisc; that is all tliife deponent s.iith at iiti. lid to vviito about I lorula just yet. 1 f Shukcs-pinre. . one l far sores, ulcert, salt rlu.mil, feser sores, tetter, th 1....... ...,.J.k bundled conespondonis, hi CoiisiComedies WiKiUon, illu.lratiunsseries ul ar- 's over twenty-liv- e .1...,..,. . .1 h K A Abhey; 1 present. Hut I will say wilh tho immor- must wait for the glamour to pass and to . iho chllhlilns, corns and all skin erupI . dc lliulstrup, ,,ini? Hands, ......dsnf representing the iiHeiesti of the Daily and ticle Russia illustrated tal Samuel Wcller, of l'ickvvickian mem-orv- : regain my sober senses. At iiresent 1 ( tinad .1 l'oniinioii irai those States die of this f1t.1l mill idy A tions, and pontile!) cures pilis, or no pay reWeekly Knipulrer in every part ol the paperin ih lv Charlesof DudU) and ththree arner; leriitu. siriil shuttlecock is a ., intnvlc.iti.il inn limeh to lieu thcMlll- - tullstkin reliable remedy is to be had inesery quired It is u iranleed to j;ie perfect xatlsl "Hattledoro and more lar 'Nornegutii Mudic" li HJi.rnsljertie Hjornson, country. used at or money refunded l'r.ce jj cents per box wery nice game indeed; but when two , trut,, ilhuirUed, 'Com mod us," a historical pl.1) hy druB store in the land and one that can he A Public Benefactor beyond all comthe author of "Hen llur," Illustrated hy J K .., on',nKl.H Hi. rotting on the ground, home; a remtds hUh is sold l itdriiKK'istsif uinlir ForsalehyA R Penny, Stanford, K) lawyoro is battledores and you are shut-- 1 . parison, because absolute!) free and inde VVeinlin. oil. Ihe Kdit ri si I)epirlini.nl are l.i Veil it tli.i I I . . , ... ....1 I. tl lt.. .Jtsrit t 1tlkatrtltll4 t fl" ll'VllIt conducted!') (ieore William Curtis, William f..ll lll,.,rs. the manuiacturers isi...t(. The Verd1crUnanImou8. - -- " iitiuer our a iUre ami we ...v ..... uecK, uie.. i' pendent of. all combinations, jmkiN, trusts, Diaii Him cllMilid Charles Diulle) Whrtier x1 vn a ,ilr na, (n umt and W D. Suit, drtiKjilit, llippti', I nil , tesiitici. J '. M,(um; but I cannot ormone) pa for it v. ill he promptly tetumed in' to bu pleasant." bosayl, when an to Jmick ami Cllt syndicates and orgunUatuiiis. ('an teach er hest can recommend r.lecirlc Hitters as the UllfortUliatO traVOler IS OUimietlHUOlU OO; I 0V(,r tlR f0oliltC tllllt I ail! Stealing j c refer to that world famed remeuy lor consun.,. remedy Kvery hntlle sold has kivci reliet in y truth nnd state fact of unineajimible bene! lovt-i'iicscrofula) knon as Dr. l'.ercc' fit to tho people at I urge. tweun two raUwuyB (lint ilo not Hoinethlng when I take (hum without t.01. (or lunB case. One in in look W bottles and nas curetl ed) -' "p-nj JCommercial Atl'alrs and Market Reports Harper's Mazarine I'er Wir." years' standinj " Ahrah un othor'H passengers. These. w,K...lhree for a dime, sir!" I shall of HheumatiMti of 10 other or each ." . Jl 00 s on In the country, llclli's ille, Ohio, atlirtns " I ho best ,. Hare, Harper s VViskl) coriiorauons are uie saiuu nn mu unu get over that, in uuo time, uui 11 huckh curatise pioperties as to v,arrit its m.imihctttrers kcllmi; ilrugjji't, I base ever handltil In tny jn from every known center It is 4 00 Harper's medicine the Ono Harper's oung People exceed in detail all others. a 00 over. They are not worse than compel- - to ,ne yet. ' ThoiisiiuN in sellinii it utidir a guurrnlec j 1 irs' experience l Flectric Hitters Only Taper that can fill (he place of seving merchants, competing doctors, com- We are all beautifully rested all suli.cnbers in the United ofulharshase added their tolimon), so that the eral, where only one can be oflbrdeil. l'osugr tree to Han't hak, and hlov., and .jlt, bill "e Dr prHiM0 n,0 Lohd! States, Can ids or MlvIco tierdlclis unaniiiious that Kleclrlc Hitters do iurrf poting lawyers, or computing preachers (UUj uji ,luito we'j sajt'Cttrrh Remedy Of drui,ils It costs$l.l5 a year, yet renders a Mirvice or lllood. Kidiic 'nly all difeasesof the Luer, for thut mattor. Only luckiest, travelj onj.. wiHi, 1 col,,i j,jck out nbout ti ith ths Ihe lulnmesof the M.ig.uiue hetin equal to that obtained ut from two to live Iulf dollar abottle at A It IVnns's drugstore of each year 4iid Numbers for , era, luckless customers, luckiest! clients, uoycn 0, two friends I know und trans- rh.Kfn,.,,;,, tmkevs aie raised in times that sum through other journals. When no lime June is speulied, subscriptions will htKin Is Consumption Incurable? luckless patients, Iuekless sheep, hear j,,ort ti,ullf Alladiu's lamp, to thin- tot,kH nulubering sevend thousand Kconomlcnlly it Is the Cheapest, because with Ihe number current .it the lime of receipt of Held lh foll.iv.inj! Mr. C 11 Morn. , New irk, order. nutwyniD. i umi,0wereil 111 iiiunsion tiionrunioiuiusiiiieainiasv ""O I placed in charge of n herder, "Was down with Vbsce.s ofjl ungs the Largest and Host. The best evidence Hound solumesnf Harper's Majaiiiic, for ihree rk,sas Next Mondny n new schedule is Intro- - liu,(li ho'lWM thein nH i,t, would n Hock of and frictidh ind phystrlim proiniin ed inejan in is couiarisou or trial. Oct n sample copy yesrsbitk, in neili ollibindiiiif, will he sent or on receipt of $j per si.lunie. Cloth mail postp-uGio. O. Haksim. 1, Kver in Jesus. uueed, that will mako our discomfortfl a Tm.y rm,g0 ovor miles of teiri-tbin- g cmable constiniptiw. HeKan taVitu Dr. Kind's free, or hand your subscription to our cases for binding 50 lilil eaih, by mail, postpaid New Discmery for coniutnption, and am nou'nn agent or tho postmaster. of the past. We were just in time, j tory in a dav, and live almost entirely by Thcnlylcrfect Remedy Indev Hi Harper' Majalne, alphabetfral, in) third bottle, and able to ocrie iho v.ork nn ilissthed, for solumut I lo jo. Inclusive, However, to be caught betw eer. the up- - IV. nnd fnnlL'illt.'. When tllC gn.in is cut and ni) farm. It Is ihe finest mi'dicnie eier m ule. ' , xinitlnittinn. THE DAILY ENQUIRER. So, from June, iJSo, In June, ibSj. om soluint-01 an mu eyn- anil netner 1 yr. C moi. are turned into 1 mo. 8 din, Ji'.se Middlewnrl, llecalttr, Ohio, mjs' "Had kindrinl ill is tho fsmouiCftlirornia liquid harvested the turke.VB . t..l ...... ...... .....I n ,i...i r.,11, 11111111,11. - ' ..Kn'tilltaiHis should he made h) postoilice 8I.7.V 1700 Slim Sunday and Dally.... 11.50 for Or. Kins' New Diicoier) for loii Rill lllll'll IIJUS.-.- lllltl III" "v or strength- -' tho inimense wheat and bailey fields it not dr.ilt toasold clunce of loss Dally except Sunday, 1.23 3.a t00 l'AWJ 1 'I roubles sttmp'lni I uould lime died of am onl) fruit remedy, Syrup Figs. It rated. 1 don't complain. Nenspipcrs arenottocop) this ndiirtisement b and tho birds do the gleaning and ens m well as cloansos tho system, it Wasc,tirii up hy doctors Am no- in best of order of Hirper . llrothersmaking all w riting things as they occur AdilrVssll.VKl'KRA HKOrilllltS.Nesi Verk. come fat nnd ready for maiket at n very health." 'I ry it !s..mpV boitlci free at A K, JOHN E. MoLEAN, Publisher, Uken, nd porfectly harmless. I conscientiousallowances and excuses OIMCINNATI, 0 I'iniij's dmj:t(iri'. little com. For enle by A. 11. lVnny, Stanford. ly can. ' ICIHC. and ISotliliiK C'Vl'II Wo spL'iit TliiirHiluy t nt Oealu tlit delightful count) pl.iLjue-ritrickc- Heat of .Minion. o, n ea-.e- s j '""'"; ie y I. M Ilriuv fold to (J. M (iivetih a line ycailiiiK iniiU' for',H. .1. II. Wat tH colli to 1. N I'rowitt a imir of work mules for A bin lot of baled timothy hay for Mile. Apply to Danl. Mintc Jr. -- StiiBir it Jtohoii hold to Win. Taeker, otTennerHeo, 'J.l yearling milieu at SS('. Mr. Taeker, of TciiuchHce, bought of John M. Hail I yearling milieu at $0. of strictly niee - Ton S'vi.i:. far-loa- d yeailiiiK eotton mules, in i,ood order, li. 4t V. Unities. Inn rented his Mr. (J. T. Meltoln-rt. . .... itrnPh to rMnn ,1V1 vIImtI AiIuiiih forrTOcimh. K(; SsLK 1(X) i,1HIlt.i.H 0f niw, clean ,, l)VI,r (i )0llt iiisliem oi --- J. ban Deputy, moved his olllee into one of the 1 Sindifer, l. S. M'imp sale: outfits Hubble, K - - KKNTl'lkY. ' rooms of Miller Hotel. & Ofiiee south side Main, two doors above Depot St. fallen J reduil rales, as weA hiti A HAMMOND O OUIHl'MOKI HXTUKBS States and Show C.iu, Tor sale tn FARM FOR SALE! nt-i- r I s THE NAPIER (a8i-tf- ll. .. isaiioiiai tsanncnt cjutter. ..:. n ,,, .i ' : Attention, Coal Burners. Vtt-po- , 0. H. M'ROBERTS, se ' A. S. PRICE, ' SURGEON DENTIST, d -- jr. LTTMBEH YABD 1 h. HikToar, General Merchandise. d &-ole- '- , J".'" 'l i r. I -- In-ei- COTTAGE FOR RENT w Msm I .... railwayi. ii '. ,., February 4th t; i" g si-e- n ..... .... ... ... 1 87-- res-lim- I'vRi-Cot'K- T. WOOD WALLACE, j,-- j j n '' Harper's VV . Weekly, m ! '1 1 ... .; ,iw ' ,,..... utv NOTICE - , ' v fi- I . .. V 1 . 1 1 '"""' j ,,,...., a J' T .SJSuJt'iZ'J. . . Hl-t- ... VV ..,..,. tlll. 1 VV W -- Harper's Periodicals ,,.,,. j- - - d - .- ! .. ... i i " W.MS' I ay J ,,.,, 'i it i - ,t"n"h"t i ,,,,.',,, 1 .... oir o. v. . : The Weekly Enquirer! I889. -- , ,..'.. - ' Harper's 1 Magazine, , 1 ,to-ua- l;' srk.r-rllini- s d 1111 1 1 n V '" 1 in-vn- ..,.. ..... eft-e- VV ( dni ?.S Harper's Periodicals lli-ar to-da- y t, - jr ..,. lniu-sione- s ,.. I 1 11 bi-c- 1 -); ly - fc "2S eriorJSJ 33T Semi- - Weekly n unri Oliio hns opened for Aln&mii, wboUdtTy.workinpwtToefiJChtlsapt'akiu ? iulav laid tip ?210 with which to atteiul j business. It Uncalled on the ,iiirUuina xXMiO the Lexlnuton Conunereiid College, was ' ti Division," and extendsfroni Cineiuuii. victimized out of the entire amount tit ti, up the Ohio river on the south side :d:e&tjq-gkes- t EUjEnv, Januaky 11, 18S0 Imisvllle this week. While waiting at to Huntington, about lot) miles. Stasfoi'.d, Kv., Auditor Hewitt hits tiled suits the depot, he was approached by nj lie was f against the shcrills and sccuiities on jjuuuo, duuuo, iaxiLJLJiviiijnx, stringer in great distress because mi unable to pay the undertakers mil ion uieir uontis ior imiou, iuu., -- r, ir-v- , v n ATrTriT.VR I3. his brother's'iemaiii!", which he wished and Me nefeo counties. These shcrills to eonvey to Lexington for burial. Ig- - have failed to p.i a dollar on the leven-iioru' .. l'hyi.-uJ, prtKiiptioui accuratel) lOinpaunileJ. of the wickedmss of the world up of lvWchaiged against them, -j Pooit Hen Hopkins, the iltipo of Har. aftn Coing-low'- s wAtt T. -- The Keefer Milling Co., of . and wrought to sympathy by the fd-- j , of the Cin-- 1 tho convict ex.preidunt for $.SU,0U0, Sol, (XX) of tears, he turned over the entire ton, lias failed fJJfl .i.....tl V!,l..liv. ntiL--. .iiiitlimt iiroiMir- sum to him, when the "undeitaker" which falls on the First National. The THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, .. , n i.!..iw.r ..n.,H ...i ,.... MW,V J IVIIV r ;.. i.i.. ui......-.- l.wl tli.. iK. in. fiillinK L'illi.il til.) iiiiiii Ki'cfiT.- mid bis ejune in nun ruugiiij .i mnrvc icufci nv s. qii ucnunp-The com ts of earth found him guilty of "ui ey on the eotlln ami attachments, Thoison. who was tieasuiei oi ino company, of the false swearing in the statements lower than Price TV) has run oil' under suspicious cireuuistan- - Krr tmucht toihitmaiVci stnumcrune llollis ii- check for SI, theluncit Wutiliei, Cltk anil Jelry lie. bank as cashier, and gave him a long for il... ...... on a ..,r.,r,ud. p,,,,,t ,,. term in the penitentiary, but owing to est a. 'Mils is the situation in the amount, which thepoordupe, whose sua- Clevehis fast physical deeay, President The House has been organ picions had been aroused, remuiiieil lcgislatuic: land was induced to p.irdon him and he learning ized by the democrats, but neither the in the city to have cashed, On got home just in time to die. More sin-nc- d fioin the bank that he had been swill- - democrats nor the republicans are able against titan sinning, the great Iji- died, the boy became frantic with giief, to organize the Senate, Cnrr, 1'nioii Judge-wiltemper justice with mercy bor (the deiiiocrats' candidate , receiving Titu enthusiastic manner in which St. as ho was 1,000 miles from home and make allowance for his weakness. - II! votes and the opiosition recciing Of the Business of Mrs. J. F. WEAREN, dealer in Jackson'o day was celebrated all over and friends. Moral: Read the newspa- ' Tho delay in the transmission of his pur-do- n give plausible stmngeis the the same number, deserves to bo rlosely Investigated the country shows that the party of the cold shoulder. -- The aiWi'iiiployi. and the guilty person or persons punish- people, though temporarily "in the carnaire laciorv sunn ed. The paor was issued Dee. 20, but soup," is far from being xit down or I x Ohio, where the godlemity party is f irilt'h to their employer. Instead ol There is nothing like a largel in the ascendency, mixed schools m.Ktintiiig with the men, lie dichargeil Koncl CartN, CartK, owing to red tupe or pure russedness it discouraged. little check in its fortunes to make a par- win not received at the Ohio penitentiaare legalized, but not permitted in many tliein i ill and announced th.it lie was l more lllll.eu iiiiu leieimmi.i. unu ,.,...... - . UlfcHnvmn ttl.ile ,- - r, ry till January 4th. ....!. ...1..i ...v, - lieillliniuile IWI... .v .. ,...,... !)...... iniliviiliiullv j , ., , . ,. ..I. Tuesday's celebrations further pioves . I 1.11.1...... !. negn u.UKe reiliseu in nerinii ilii'H" iiiiuiih" iihiii persisted oui would .. .1 no 1. I.. II.. 1. Thk I'Imhoii Standaid and Times is The Louisville democracy turned out iu school itnd wlicn they committees. The men have not tcttiin etfort to huge numbers and enjoyed the pine tend his engaged in the commendable he assaulted them. A jury of the icin- - oiLiuid the factory is closed, banish gambling from that city. The doctrine from able exponents, like Puck-ne. in the I'. age er promptly aiiitted him in the Couit at Louisville paper has been threatened, but the ediWatteoon and other--. The many t case, another in the second and then .Judge Jackson decided that the Intel ' tor defy the cowards and suggest that resolutions adopted everywhere' endore- seeing that no conviction was iiossible, state Commission can only arbitrate lif- -' Harrows, Plows, Cultivaters, Engines, TI rushing Mach'noi, Clover jne or Iwth of them can always be found j,,,, r Cleveland's adininistnitiou and the prosecuting attorney continued the forences, and has no right or authority Hullers, Saw Mills, Feed Cutters, Horse Powjrs, H tho otlice ijuite ready to gie sueh ex- - comparing him in honesty and bravery in The ComuicrciabGu.otte, (0 cnt'ort-- its decisions. The decision otlier 1"--'. planatjon or satisfaction as tlio occasion 1() w j,ri,at (),j himself must which would rave and fo.un at the mouth VNll in the suit of the Kentucky and In-i- f Grain, Soeds, Coal, &c, may seem to demand. We haven't the )t. ,.omfoiting to that gentleman, who All al nlhth r i jrtlulh .rlnnO Ironi ihr sun.lii.l Mnnfaf trirof tho ennattf sueh u thine had happened south of ili.ma Hridee Com nun v to compel the L. plcasuie of a personal ac.uaintance with ml.,v,. an the plaudits that tan be the Ohio river, is as dumb its tin oyster & 4. to obey the Commission, and to re- Graves, but fiom wluit we have1 stowed upon him. ' iu the matter. It is well enough for ceie from the bridge oiiipaux freight heard of him he is not afraid of a buz- Southern jieojile to nn with coloietl shijijicd nvei the Oliio and Mississiii, saw, much less a few gamblers, w bile his re)iiUli-iii- i committee not people, but the Yankees aie to good for tube tmnsfernsl at the seventh-stice- t partner, Bro. Phillips, ' with brilierv, forgery and other crimes such contamination. dcjMit. the appearance of a man who would per- - (Iurillj, tno w,inpain actually hired mil no "fooling around." CHURCH AFFAIRS. 'Co reach the clas of o- ,m, t0 Hte NEWS CONDENSED. ; Tters ainong w horn the prohibition organ, ,.7 Itcv. I. S. McHlroy liadMidditionslo . Ax individual with the beautiful ....... Pa-- . known as the oiee, circulated, it wanl- Strawberries are wiling at San Diego , , his Millcrshurg meeting to last uceuiints. ronv mie of Osgoodby, bailing , . i ,i I HI IIIIWIIU lis MIWM-- lHIIIII 11.1 illlll llltll at :to cents a basket. moua, Ual., staggeis to the fiont nin I'll ev..l.S. Sims closed a meeting at At Harrodsburj.' J. C. Dais fatally pap.r tins week publishes lac similes ol acknowledges Unit lie is the author of the Shelbvville M. '.. Chur-h- , South, letters from J. S. Claikson and W. W. stabbed A. .CUobards luciin&u the hitter witli .11 udditioiis. the Murcliison letter to his lonlsliij), Sir to tieat. Dudley to C,.. Durfee nnda sworn con-- , David Tatem. the Wimker juiiiehiii, Lionel Sackville West, wlioseanswer the The Ohio delegation in the House will fession bv Dm fee that be stole ami sold make o miieh cam-paig- n lectin - on Tcninimc lime at 7 I'. republicans tiied to said list of the Voice to the hasjiledged its solid support to Major, m. capital of and which lost his "lord-sbip- " the Mouda. AliiiugCiMentsaie not el National Committee during the McKinley for thesjieakership. This jK'ifcite as to wheie the lecture will be a mighty Hue situation. and was to have Prof. O. D. Hunt, princijud of Lexacknowledgement that the whole thing catitjiaign for s2"0 held. tlio committee, and that ington, Ky., City school No. 1, died of under was a trap settles what every sensible CRAB ORCHARD. the letters refei red to weie wiitten iu liiiuiimnnia at liieeiiville, Tenn. man thought from the fiistnnd the ni'gntiatinu theiefor. The court of nimeals decides that author deserves his reward. A All wishing to get a baigain in tin there is no law authorizing the payment' store keeper's place in an out of the way millinery line will rail on Mrs. K. W Mit. Cm hiiii.i.k, of Letcher, intended f chancerv and county court juries. distillery would about lit the case. to celebrate Christmas by taking Miss Nearlv 10,000 men aie employed in Jones. Mie will sell at cost her elegant of Knoit county, to be Pittsbuig iron and steel woiks. Their line of goods fiom now until Feb. Ut r is becoming so firmly established in Sallie Summers, - my ais'ounis aie an remiy ior seme-inethe jmblic belief that women ought not his lnidu, and went thither for that jur wap.8 are nearly SH.COO.OOO jei year, and I ask those who owe me to to Iningior any crime inai mueii sur- - tose. On leaeiiiug her noun- he im Muuuiy Civil .iii"imiihi. ilease mini' forward at once and pav jirise is expressed that Gov. Heaver, oi very much surjnised, as lie did not know p,ill, as eomjtleted in committee, curries . them. I need the inonev and must have KEITTUCK-STPennsylvania, has gone ahead and set she was that kind of a girl, to learn that an appiopiiation of neaily $2:'.,0(H),(X)0. Jonefi, MiiJIand railroad it. L. The the 'JTtli of March astheday Mrs. White-lin- g xhe h.ul "oui! and done in advance of. " shall ay the penalty for the min- the man iage tliat which most women re- - jU,l the Woodford railroad have been Syrup of Flga der of her huband and two childien. serve for a subsequent achievemen- t- 'consolidated with the Louisvillu South-give- n It i tli Is Naturo' own true laxntive. biith to a child. Not wisliing to' ein. Hanging is about as jioor a use us a mor tskon, and the most cueotivo It is stated that Judge Durham cut moit eaily tal can be put to, but when they dcseive st.ut his matrimonial life with a reads-- j Ken-tuck- v remtsly known to Cleanie tbo Sytin it, women should be made to sutler the made lamily, Mr. Caudvillc very natur-sam- e Chief Supeivisor of Elections iu down to when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Hend-acha -DeriuotlV bill for nenaltv to which man is subjected, ally refused to make a wife out of Coldi, and Fcvora; to Cure Habitmother, though hu would piobably havelfiso. There is entirely too much sentimentaliual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. The teims of 'M V. S. Senators ty and too little justice in the punish- been glad to have icveised the air.iuge tlio California Fig pile in Mmcli. Kight have already been Manufactured only by ment of criminals generally leaving 17 on the rugged edg.' Syrup Company, San Fraucisco, Cal. . may not be generally known, but it A niscvn ii from Washington says For sale by A It. Penny, Stanford. (joll)t 'ltluines liave moved to Wash- Mrs. M.J. Duihiuii have is a fact, nevertheless, that a whipping- Contiollernnd Ti,e "-given up their residence on Pennsylva post law exists iu Hickman county, this ington for the winter, another e uleiice nia avenue and taken apartments at the State. The lust legislatuic passed it be- - that the Plumed Knight to be S'.'cre- c&o. Langham. Thi is the Hist step tow aid cause the local uieiiilier ilesired it and taiy of Stale. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. the Judge's; starting home, which hewill because piivate bills aie piivilegcd. We Py mutual agreement Dr. Njer, of Blomiiiy, likely do as soon after Maieh 4th as Mr. should like to see tlie law in full foice Haellon, Pa., killed his wife and then THE LARGEST AND FINEST Heel', Han isou can appoint his successor, liar- - all over the State, but it is entirely too himself because she was alllicted with an risen does not bae any say iu Ken- - common to hae one law for one county incurable disease. HOTEL IN THE CITY. tueky, thank God, vj it would not sin- - and another for another. The local -- Gov. Fleming, of Floiidn, wasinaug- us at all if this modul otlicer was, per, after telling of the wiy in which the ,, .,,i.., I '1'iies.liiv. A notable feature of rates $2.50 to $4 per day. accord- - sau.-- ,. .vmk'.--Kniu-.- . Sjiyc. Ciim'Iiiu' and iit ln-- i honoied with the highest position in the shcrill' applied :! lashes to the last inai ti, ...... i, .iiiiiiiit's wasiicohiniu of INC TO ROOMS. gift ol'au admiiing constituency of hi- - convicted of larceny, says the thief left and Confederates. HlacK I l'))CP. for otlier pints, saying lie "was done conn-.- . native State. -- Dr. T.J. Hotiiigan, of Marion stealing." some IIKKISII.V. )UssN I! I IIS IN 11(1 U.I. .. I... Lilleil bis biotlier-in-lato Spain, I!'V. J. I Tiik ' tiiiieiL-7. Sweet and Sour Pickles Bulk and in Bottles, Sorghum, TT! has been taken .to Taylorcoun- It is not often that crime hnds so M. Cuiry, has announced himself a can i :. i '..,.. Honey, &c. '" v:. ..i..:iti un mi. niiiiliiuil''iiiiii'iii.ii-ii-iii'iiii.-"iii- i :. .n.i :.. ;...,ti. rw.i i - t- ol mill on u cii.iiii " :i didate for governor of , ii ;uiii IIIUK'"' oek n the House . was bio. week, negroes on, . lliree l mt democratic ticket. It. F. Ilieine, editor ohna this f i mi 1..II rui.silMV IIV llie lunilliiillinii , ., . of the liiebinoitd Slate, is aNo a candi leaiuing that a'fouilh bail been pa ll " The to change tne rules, I lie tiililiftlicr i.f Si riliiur Mrf.unu um lu dste and a pretty light is piomised consideiuble money induced him to lesolution I iiuki it I lie nmt H.)nil.ir jii.I ciiiiTin.niL' ..i i.tn vote stooil yens l'.'O, nas 117. mIi. iK, while ,11 .ill nuns itcmiiiK lt liik'li luir- - IIC& ' ' ,l l always rt'tiMiintblr and unods, liil-cliiM-.j- gJ Curry is u llaptist preacher, disposed to taken row iu Uroad riier with them. Dining the past year 1, 1ST peisons .ir) iii.ii.uicr j ihm. new rtiiiiem iue iieiu seek political gods and has never done While in the middle of the stream they ..,.,. hiiiiUli. Iiy the In it milted suicide. Of this number I,- - iImwii In 111iliirmi; tlie if Mltd i lllllllIlK llJllil.ll. lll.i lllll II, V. lLm anything for his paity, excejit to enioy murdered the victim for his money, but 1.', T. :D- - females lie K.liln.l) atlltlc mill u iU M'nind eir were males ami ,ill its emoluments, while P.ierne has been his struggles overturned the bout ami all Mlh i iiimv hi of suicide was by shoot HIilMMIiotii.lm,iluh(i .ouiunii iiuri'il iiiii'm ii.iih ill uvs tlfctl. rfiiil three were di owned. The flushed skull favoiite method most iudefiitiizable in his labels for it. III): li iu.il.i- Stril.ner's M.iii.iine Jltt.l, Iu c .iiul and rilled pockets told thetale us plainly '" Hiierlin4 u ill tie nuulei tril. I III' l( Ml.ltll.Ml Mui-.i- t KIHI.Iis u, I,,. TiiEllie-eatingtlenA teirilie tornado swooped down on llalstead, ls wor,ls one tlimeil li M'M r.il ' ' . Wednesday morning, de- - ii.illj iiiterr.lMiK li mtj inline uer; imml c.pc Commercial-da- I tin. Pittsburg, Ph., lit editor of the Cincinnati I. Jiiiii.' 'in " The K.oU.i l'..l.il Scrtin. ' II Tin. Georgetown Times is getting to be mjsu,g a number of houses und bury- - lii.lr.ilctl .ette, whose animosity to the South is ' of the oldest pa pern iu the State, it !n, S(.OH.s of people iu the debris. Fully Mr Itlllil.lil l.lll'ls sll.VI Nsll.N-- , mi,. the most bittei of any of the bloody shiit ' I lie it," will the rise and glows continually - NU.lt. killed mid about '.MM) wound- - nuil,rc.iicr M.lrrnf ll.ill.inir luxuiiui run thru Un. ..irt ii tnc M'.ir llaunteis, has been invited to attend the island I . mil i. ill,.. IJUKKI baniiiet to be given by the Connnercial i" prosperity and inipoitance. Fditor (l(, injiiii'irlpi tnriiK'ir relulnij. In JI I Millel mil ,i ' ' urn M i "iloise shoe" fall at Ni- - iiiiiiltrii ruiii.'il I IU..M! II I'VIN I I. Its maiui T,.. Loiiisvilhon the loth. We sun-- . .lolm A. P.ell is assisted by his daughter, Club of 'I... in.li ilii Kiilhtiiiii .' - nil .iriult. Mlu.iriliil longer. Miss l.ila P.ell, and Tyson C. P.ell, who no Hi, liricl 1'iul ii oiei- Hntluii l pose it is an ell'oit to placate the fellow, ,l(Wra js .t hmse-sho- e i.iri U lurl but it will do no good and is not wo.th .'.u. keep the limes up to the high stan- f.liug of several huge ...asses of mek J::;:', : r.":; "mm.'!,1,, i.r Mmrr'.m mI.,',' - n.ul. Mr li i.in.ii .n m.uhi . -- . llulsteuil has the num.'; ihud he lias placed it long after the old oluiin" tin1 hist h' davshaseluingeil the ,imr the trouble, ,, his fat.,- gentle,,,.,., goes to sU,,, tll(, f1(,ls f,o, a curve to an an- will die with the hydrophobia. , and J l7. V -. -' Pr.)7P-V- H Mi Hi t! liter -- foil ppe.ir els, Wlilcii we ii list will not no ior se oies1 i Kiir I'll v : k k far Wiirk, illiKirul.il In.nl ,,riuiiM, SS, ii BIPMfi(liBKHnlr 1 CnRp &fKh 7Ts-- r .' P Tun I'. . Semite has leaHinued the of veins yet. . (i,iiinl Master of Masons Williams, ".SUlf f Dill llonl... Ii Aim J..i,, , , I iim.h, rili Monioe doetiine by passing a liill disiip Missoiui, ivpoits that theie is not a tiitl iti.iiiv ,,iImt irntle-iiiiuof sii ,i.:t vu P.u.uin will be gixeii tin ilyL. ,IK.uiberof the I IslllNIi AKIIL'I fmternitv s, Uo.irll.iiij N. r , ., pioving tins piopost'd const ruetiini by will ,ijHur S.ilin nomiuatioi. for l'. St,"","r ' h business in that Iiel li.lnnu gruuiiI'.irj.in .tri th- - ubjui- ,u jr the Flench goveiniuent ol a ship canal democratic niiiiiill IIi.jiiJ ..wt.,i iu thesiloon fiom Delawaie, but it will be out an T In' ,iiilli.n .in acro-- s cll kiniu n po m, n r.inncil ncrovs the Isthmus of Darieii or ll''iirnii.l Owing to a low be-- , State, Onti-a- l America as injmious to our just empty compliment. KM UIIU Kr. ill The challenge made lecently by A. llltll lllllls llt.HI .illI)lll.lllllt I llf lllj4TM - ,t ,,i. haitl-u- n for uuriiiilii. ilmcripllmi, on , will .ippt ir IIJ t tl f ii..lns and interests and a menace to our twecii Ills tactions ami I (5 Orone, of lowa, io inn u nun ni"i ( Ml Hi iPWPPWii i -,. j,J,, ui.u i..., nine ... ,n in. Illn tr,i il icini'iiii'iu win iiiii'.-iithllliy lllllll 01 ItlS Un .omimlmil .iiiiiin..ii..if j . welfllie. Tilt re Were OlIIV tlliee lllssellt- 'tJnJ-t- M fj ' Sp)ifcMi in vt 'r TWkUR vT- -r SWJKJJ-en,te, to Vance and Hampton, State in the National e,, lluickbu..., -- 7Vvi A fellow named lug-- j , ,. Mjwimn,,.. I'i.'.V i'.;.!"!'.:.":- - iJ.r.iiMr'W.m.l.'i why they should be does not ap- - H'd.t be it said. gins, or some such a name, seems to have! ..',... W. T.. an ltaliiin, touch- - I'UV. IIIimmi.iI ,r. ' ' iu,ii h.n. .rveil..f .pttul AcU.. he lis de track forties iikcs, , i..,...!, Id smile a mteren will arntii-li umtinneil lij a rinp .if iiplu... ..il oil ll dynamite IIIIIKIS Will I'lifVn liewsp.lpel I KICITS In u. Ills . ..,' "I""' K.l'X ,i icinr(ii.k..i.lr with iiuotnei i,.,!!.,,, .lm thivn (Un., hj emineni.iiiilioiliie.; mt reicnl Lexington llxes tlio of 11. II. """ Mr on the (iiiit, of the wife, who, of Tin: now law chosen attime of meeting gitidge .,..i.. miimi. lliob then d (1 "" IU.1.1' MIN Nliamlmkr iiuaifiitilii impem ' his the electors the November persons los , .. liauttc, I.!... .. n i . ti i m,,t ,iiii,tr.itiUii. I ON slT.CIAI Oil k ni tour In.i ).ir niim Monday after a shoit illness of ceie-- 1 election foi the I'd Mondav in .lanuarv. up the dy.niimlter, naivim, mm .lied wlin Ii imliiiltt all it. KAII.U U as Hamuli ehoosu Fisk and almost CI.).S, mi folU.w. bro inuningitis, aged .'!.'. They had been They have tlm light .11 .. III l.t.Ki tunim-.it A je.ir'' uln ripliuii iHSy ami the iiiinilier Harry D i'lllllli Ilrooksor Ilelva Lock woo I and her itin-- i i..,l niilv nhout two enis. rur 18M f, v, ning mate, if they like, hut it is dollars the payimister's olliee of tlio Chimigo A Hint lliu uuoilicn. eir iiliri!iuii ilt nuiwuy, m. v.nu - to cents that the i will not dn so. The and Noith western thirk foi iH, Iwiiuil in cloth Tin: Louisville Tiniou guilty of peieonipany's vA H "111 t'a eou- - is missing with sWMWOtif the $3 ii Year; Ufio n Number. putniting tlie following. Col. .loliiison's probability is tlMt-tht- y belongiiiK U. a build- CIIAKM'h StIUIIMtll's sil.Vs, Mor- - u.onev and ;.,.m) is an I". Polk in the join- - pie of fellowfiiiimeil'IIIUii and llmiU change of li.ise Short llinitl, Teleuraphi, .Cos g r lln.i.lw Ii, N. rl, t II tlta Jbr l'ululofue unit full liifuriiuitiuii, t..n nj; and l'i:in ass ici.'ti'iii W I a IhVUIOVIL.-Cn.disni ol twxite's. 11 Interior Journal W. WALTON. IH-r- A i. whu signs herself l).svti.i.rA,lniJ "Unknown I'rlJiiHl," wndjfns n letter of very tender jiyuipiithy and seems to think that the knowledge that she has been an invalid for 'J.'i tears may prove some consolation to us. who liave now lain in one position that number of days, It does not, however comfort us the least to know that there are others that sutler more than we do. It only inuken us sorry that, there is so much suH'eiing ' U' worM The lady takes issue w ill. 'r. Itarues' doetiine that the devil It would s nds our bodily diseases. her cnuy to think that bo had her drie body in his hands and (iod could not help Himself. She believes that (iod is Love and yet thinks He sends the rod, which iu her case drew her closer to Him and rescued her from satan. We thank the friend for her hope she will let us hear bom her over her real name. n elms-tening let-tera- 'A AcTuxoWyotUh named 'HoHRMroin - w. ..- -- - nei now . ' .3. imcr ,PS?. .!... TtT i unm ....". ujvisiou oij i . i r r ;ClVo I : TJ ittiiiTWTvrsr w J;" AJAA.i &$ Jx 9 & jewei GeGl V ih pamw WMb "t' nt n ' HHQjVHV)HjBiELL if jm j i- , ...... "H" ,.111 - w.Jti.n.l ; GEO. D. WEAREN, Mangr' Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons Spccclin - Buggies, "!... r, tli-s- r- . 1 Spring "Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm "Wagons, Log Wagons, v, H"KK' Harness, Wagon Harness, Reapers, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Grain Drills, Corn I'lnnters, .1 i Hit-kory- j lie-Hr- o. d T. -; ... ..... I T. R. WALTON i- nt con-fessi- yl I MAN & SOMERSET STREETS STA1TFOH3D, 1 nt ni , , Wr-Miillc- . :V-'(- K) SEASONABLE- es-ine- 1 Currants, Citron, Raisins, Figs, Conoontrated Cocoanut, Celatino, Corn Starch., ChooolatD, Ear tracts, (ienentllA. t THE GALT IIOUSIC. Oatmeal, tracked Wheat, .tlaccaroni, Cheese, Dried Canned hoods . 1 e, o Scritner's Magazine i, J lu-- e -- ' Jff" ,. 4 ' 1 1 l. Walton. - I 7- )l)l.( NuM-nitr- r GOFFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. IiWI m f,ous l.i-- ' ,,,: "'Zluun II I 1 -I , -- ' II. lp fll r -- Vl,lHMaMdHMiHS-J--- IHESE u Ma-on- ie .... 'i -- '"'"" 'l""' '! rX'T . luL: "Jrrl PiWiMiCTPMitwMWBwSy-r- ! r i WALL PAPER and FURITITURE. i . lr, 1 ,K'. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS HAND. I ,m-lii- nl i ..-- RYANT & STRATTON Business College -- irl i, f Semi-Week- ly Interior journal K I the Mile 01 C. C. Sink, on the fllli, iiljughtt'ryi.Muhc, .sTpoiiiiiln. hoii.n to I J. T. II vintis' Hold Stantoud Ky. Iam;.ky II Mns. KoiiKiiT McAusTnt Iiiir bought 188" an Interest in tliu inillincrv stout of Courts is-- Cox. .... at loin. public Htock of groceries n ill ho all lie was a good man and did many auction Tuesday, January nctH of kindness that the. outside, world . never Knew, ami wo trust he Ih now re-- 1 ' E.o. WAiroN, uu. MuriHKor ' ' HublltAiod Evory Tuosday Ar- t- at.a 'Friday '! IMv.lt YKA1I.IN AUVANO10 'Ul.rl,not.op,j"5!rBO.lll.echirKrd.-',l,,',,,,1',,r- i. i K.C. t LOCAL TIME CARD. t 7 r.un li ans Itourland i n 11 , nMumlnx L. &N. LOCAL JIME CARD. . . . . Aflcr it funeral dis" morning ai 11 o'clock IiIh remains will ho Intel red in Hull'..!.. vuinviui . i.uimihj '..... ..t...... 1... 11... .siuu .. inn Mit. A. I. Xi:wi.vi has iiad u line iiiu .:.i.. ui I.!.. Tub K. C will ho running trains over mother and other relatives. Mr. Now-th- e iiioiHiiiioiit placed over his mother's new U. A (). Undue to the I'nion do- - land amassed considerable money in liis s'enu'tcry. m"' '" ,! lifetime and bin cstatelssaid to be vvoith dayH. pot in Cincinnati within ' Tun colored public school, M. I). I'lack ,, ..'."i.OOO. , , . . eieaui lecejuion v,i kiycii .ur. principal, closed Wednesday night with v. T. stone and his newly inauied wife, (iindntone and homeruiearetheiriHii-.Good- s citations, IIIIIhIi. Af., li.V til- ny .'ir. -- tone s iiiiciiih eunexiiayeven- - nmn'.s ietn. Tlie Ameiican calls fortian- scholms. tor's magic chicken cholera cure. Soldi My accounts are now ready for settle l.s our adxeiti.siiiK coIuiiiiik will be "no cure no pay" by McKoberts & nii'iit ami ai I am in need of money, l't found the advertisements of Mark Har- Stneg. will be iiry much obliged to those ul in the (itoceiy owe me to come forward at once and set- din, who cinbaiks SV.W A DVKUTISKJIUNTS. himiness bete, it will ji.iv von to read tle with me. II. C. ltupley. Tiikiib will'bo an election of Director nfthe Htanior.l l(..ll..r Mills Siittinlnv. .Ian. 1'J, from L' to 4 o'clock. -. edvi" ' 'W"1. ' .... 11 -- 4 J6.VAVONV--0 tot n UVU ireii - . Tllini4 JL o tow V!L vr ri 1 1 - "'""" '" MERCHANT TAILOR Is Receiving His :5 X 1 FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Give him a Trial Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, 1 to-da- it. lil train gome North South 1 I iprrt tram " hoiith " Tftfilh a4 freight Notth ' I lie K latltr train alio tarty pat.ciinc r i Soull I ire tl.r I.ote calculated on ttandard limr. ahout in tnimilri fatlcr MEANS :ri:n again going over tlie Lincoln & Ioan Association m- ...317 am counts, A. muren ujIIs ns 6joam rents instead of jil 6 it p in tlinta dividend of cents lias been declared to the share. iijiliii A NEW STORE! We Have Openod a new Stock of .JJ!!!! County lluilding I ., ' Solar I m yreiitly in need of money and would he pleased if my ciintoiiiciH, those knowing theniselveH indebted to me, would call and .cttle their old accounts. M. K. Klkiii. HARRY A. EVANS, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, SIANIOKI), Mineral rnitl KV BUSINESS. k uuniii'iueH ami uS.T place buy drugs, SrW. Til best to toilet aiticles 111 1 r,,,"ir0,, is at A. It- 'iTlH-yan.MMto.- patent - Penny's And everything has been selected with great care, the senior memhiru. II.. 1. ....!. " ber's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with by that l.i-- K I.J.o.h. .f luiivill.. was!,but who could not secure that number.' mich,, Me an re,uested lmlIIt.M. inmilii. ,i(m u.ir ivcHHrilay. l , discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and tj. ,,(M J.i,,,,,!,, National hen-Ml:. M, I. I.i.Ki innuiti sick wI'M " bought of .1. SV. McAhster l!l shines of Oi all the disjigreeable daH we have . ' those who pay promptly on Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially "iiuiu h tiouhle. experienced III vears Wednevlav was ,. I'irst.N'Htiiimil Siyi K ai slin. . upem-uin..uwi hyins tin- I'oitniaii IIoum tiri- room desired. ! I. rorw;co,a Mit. M. rjtKwin, of IhiivUIc, is the mint .disagrceab e. The weather imei colored people are piejuiiiug mi ,i K.i.,.,i to have turned itself Ioom and A itmg Mis. Wm. 'iff r. j Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, (MT. .1. II. Tivu.v, of IS.nlhounille, jgninilb.tll at Odd IVIIomn llullTliuixlay Wl. W(.ri. hen every kind imaginable. It Brand New and night, 17th. .lesse Thompson, commit. tti,H 8,,,t intimation that wintei is in -" was in town Wedncsdsv. Tinm.i: M.i:kiI(o.n is driving die 'bus tee on printing, has just had this oltlce our liir of- to get out some eleg.irl invitations, lloor- tween, this place and l).iiiill. , I. .. 1.. II..... IMIllUIll U .111. .1, '!I . V llllliei" ., , . . , . IM .... II i Ill oe .1 "- -i 'i II. n'ii iu "'i uie lev his livery business and added con- MiKsi.ittv i'ixiii!. oi v ran urauuu, ',. ' 'gmndest eiitertidiimeut Mcltoln-rtspeo-- i visiting at Mr. Tym am now prepared to of OwimisIhuu, pie have ever given here. , wit iiil laii' will cmli iur t im. . tuinoiits on the shoit- - II Mil Hi -, ere visiting relatives nt'ie mis wit!K. est notuv. I will alwavs le found at the lit liual trial Mi , . Ii.iiki .. .Sii.w titi.of ( ,rah' Inh-- negio .in snot of Willie Teeters, was my siiime . ,, i i .nc.4. i i.,:. o.: t ne aim iigs, can ... .oouuueit nigut ai niaiuia l oilier, I, is visiting ..Irs, l)r .1. US. viirpi'iuer. , . . .. . ... , . , s nninn nii.v. ni.M ui'ni i iiitwiii v anil in mil iceiers Mils Sxri.l I.U. I'V, of Mc.Vft-e- in si v moat lis in wihmiami lined WIls given treat all alike andII ask a lie niv of the On .ill t,oil'. aiitl .i. i!l cll tr il fr C MI, I share jail elm). At am heller (iri.ircO than an more in Millifoni tug hei aunt, Mis. J. M. McIJolietts, the tiial the negro woman ,sV. a ..h.iri' uf tin' ill also board burses 1.. ijiit Ko. I. Iluituin I'rue tctitlcil that patioiiagc of all. r pntrnaii f thi pvoplv .if Sianlord anil I in. oln ft she would lime been killed had she not bythedavoi mouth. I. M. lliiuv. oinilv, promising hy fair ilcalin mth all lo merit Mn WiiJUjjt itoiMos, of liaintrd, . . . Ixitll llllir lr.uk .lllll i iillfidime i seen tlie Millet, which was couunir MAKK II ltni IIWI. visiting her niotlier. Mr, (terjigi' II. ii iikii iiiiiuher of prominent lepub straight st her and dodged it. VI Kinney. licaiiagatherutlheioyesteiday under the PUSLIC SALE OF A VALUABLE FARM. lti..i.i has gone to live Wiiin Mr. K. .. Jones calm, down a pietense of attending a special te a Hi in few daS ago to seeun- license to sell mil irom a niueus iieia in ct Havison's oilice we aie whisky on the piesciiptlon of a pinclic- '.. lutintrv. A rnnrr-nTTTTm7T TDTT Mn (in vs. .lelium mi-- luttiruud Wed JL the opinion they aie disliing out the Oil ing physician at his drug stoic at Cmb d ill W JllJuiX X , 2, 1889, W OJtlJlilD, st.iv with his hnmUone biide and oroliunl. lie was confionted he n nl. a "Hues for Harrison's ailiiuuistr.itiou. I inker, ilei'.t (Min ih irrmi.ts of Viu'ruv ( w II for the present itmiaiu at hi- - old fmm weuill, a the heirs of Mill dei cdint, m'II at (;tJ(K Tcmplnm, asking for a TIiom pads an- awfully hard to catch up puliln aiuiiim tu tin. highcM biJJcr his in trinl, thetioisl Tumplais ilahning that witli, but they sprinkled haidly enough Mr .litii.!ln.iiis of lluoitiiiixtiii, vir. j.,n,.h iIM,i vlolnH-iFarm of About 179 Acres the nrohibiih... diit in their tracks this ti .. 1 11 s Msmin? tne .ninny i )( line ins I. anil. (W Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchwns tried hifuie Judue The Till" Insurance companies have foilll- - Mtnuteil immediately upon the StRiifnnl ami Mr M. Writ) Valium yesterday, when Mi.dones was miles frinn SUtifurd llnl uni' tcnlii'ini turnplLi, maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness "J Mi. Wn is AtuV", .In., of Ml. Ver piomptlv given license, the Knovville thed.Ts. failing ed II ttUst and pilt lMlie pninillllllS to fnurtliimlr .H Miiyi.odStai..n,..n iiicmIii toiini). Wednesday's train en lo piodme the bast pioof against dial pel ieni. in re. Tlii-ii- is no parthlv ex-- "ruiiili tli- . N. It. K ...,,,. .i..,,,..i and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the .wi 1,.. iMssml mi ii,..,u.,. .ma ,ti tn Colorado, wliete he kocs pre gentleman. ciise foe this, except that these t'oinpu- - delinii:,jn cktcihnt Urn, of min.r kim.ibk ' Cye . lie Initl.liiiKsaiul it in a lui;litiite i ulln aliuli. ..Mt)i to locating. ilh Kdicriil warrsmtv will he lilt's want to estnict llluie lilood IIOIll thlem leesimiile Vmi. our sister eitien an. going wild the people, for they have bad no losses ZMihefiMyulmrMl made, will b lcll . Mit. Mviik HvitniN and wife arrived i alance und h TT?'T?T lom. -- Om- hair TTTID ' 7 THTTID Z7 are fui the pii'scnt stop- ov er the tirnspevt of it new ndlioad, to tsiv in "Stanford for ve.us. Tlie U'll- ncdav and from date '. - ' given is that we have no tl IO engine, viul iHlalliiii'iit, .ah;heinn reit in l.e j,Mrs XjLLJ AI H- I H 'XXLjLX X. will old. XJki-- J L. JLJL, reni.d irltic lllrm should not iitg with Mr. .1. I'. Davis. Me llaidiu would it not be a good idea for Manfonl tnr the ear iU. Tl'L KKIt, dinr. s oiK'niut! out liis slis'k of iioccriuT- In to tlnow out some inducements. In but we never have had ami lisks aiecer which she might attract the attention of tainly no more haaudous heie than they uf. stoic room nuxt to T. 15. Walton ' inl will he ruadj for huyei the rallrfmd niagnntes'.' 1)111 county has have been. Wi regret to announce that the ile- proven thsl she docs imt want any mini -- 01 DEATH'S DOINGS. .'ittul letters that out estcetiusl friend, niihoads. but it is not so with Sluufonl din II Wisslcis'k, has been hcudiuiMt" and the majoiitv of the thinking men, Mrs. Kllu Moss Walkei, wife 01 .1. VALUABLE COAL AHD TIMBER LAMS, of obtaining any entei- - Moiie Wulker, of Richmond, died flout till ease for u season. He has decided who aie desii-ou' ,i ept Hro. ISai nes' earnest invitation piise w hich pimuotes tbe iutemsts of tlie ellects of child biith. Besides the in ' join him at Niiilis, I'la., ami will go thin place. I'olitiesaie buiied foi the fant sou she leaves two small dauihtei. 6, 1889, Uiithci to a few dajs. A glance at Hm. pieseni and we suggest that in tlie ah- Tuesday evening as Mr.. lobu llewes V. M tl.e town .f niiiilok I'.uues' letter sliows wliat delig..s aivin sonee of that demoralizing theme we an old geiitleman of some 70 ears, was I'll sill KC.II, AI Hl'.l. t(l K , stoie foi him. Ni Inie's hoiiug him turn 0111 attention to the fiiithenuiee of ivtiiiniug fiom a walk over his farm, he bidder, at liiiblu tu the uill Im.ii voyage and a happv sojourn. the business inteiests of Manfoiil. w hicli vv.is seen to fall bv one of his daughteis, Hun, iw villi youacrettnuhrst and limber Landt of C0.1I about thr th.. mu.t MilnaMe hU ' vnri. fiom Misi. Itieck .Imies iv we can most suielv do bv securing asuf- - who huiiied to the spot to assist him in land im.i.u oi region, o tuk l.ruedtract itsnfa una lor llil roul paper ) liiests Iter ...,... to .New Peea- - liciencv 01 nulroad facilities. getting no. On leaching tlie .scene Mi. umher iu lamu mirrauiiilnii; it are now briiiu nrl.nl, ami the prodiitt hiul . tine market be t. Ijiiiis, Mo., vvhvie. tur, Ala., llewes was found to be lifeless, having, .,, ,'ilc teaf ,i,t Knoilie iiramhi the the ""' N railroad, Tun:- .- t 11 o'i lock Wedncs.lav night it is tluiught, died of either thev have moved, owing to so much of or l((N ul lamutille an.lin direuconmitioii with out , where i ure irt uf lni ' Mr Jones time being taken up in the Mr. illiani lhntoii awoke to liml that heat t disease, lie was an Ohio.iu by pu'tis iiisni..f 'i he lowest cstim tie in.ulu iv Ttvaitesol - thick lie management of a laud eou.p.niy, to the kitchen poition of his dwelling was b'utli, but foi the last few yeats had liv '... t.I.t ir.ut tolul okiI tf.! mul wurltiblr inr t.tn.in..t line timDir with ..I...i. in u Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture lMrt of tins Unit U now hems worLcit fiinl tlm fin in In nt.L. tl... ...la. ulin Ii In wlmiH. Mis, .limiw mil k (lint mi lliii .... niintorit l.im.iit.r l.vl- ti.t-- tli. , mi ,. , ... ... " V. ..I iir.i.liir It f ivvllli tl .ma isfltl a..il uf tart il rtairiill lf 1. ..I.....r ana W ' t UnaertaKer S U00QS. my prices will De as low as SUCI1 guuuo his fa.l.ilv the entile house the lltistonville pike and was vvellkuown wc.tl.e. ischaimhig theie, the town memlK-rsov,n Vimin-Vitine opportunity to parties .. . Ills Mil1 UlllM I o wu ,M 1.. II IIn- iiimii.!.. ..... w i ns eiii'niieii, i inMiiii nun .1... rwiiiiiii ii I..... miin iiiitu win ot eveiy eiioit anil llKetlIIov ail. il! lemauis ..Ml I... looklni; eahir for investment for the tuturcor tie " j ins " u"w WWM' " uuub"v tn inn nifioo fliirn mo u tfinl nnrl vnn will hr. P.Onalready forgotten the )ellow fever siege, to save the mote valuable poitiou of the inteircd in UuH'alo t'einetery this even ..'.dw."!;" .he .,, or ,n, vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. contents, out tliu wind was liowin.'liaiil in.. Mr leu es leaves a wife ami is. n. anu Knoxtllie liranili oi tne i. ami CITY AND VICINITY. 'in imjorumeoii: and the Iiiu had gotten such a hoM that chil.hen, all g.ovvn, and is slid to be the 'bKanearlKen primming unmet loiihest goodsatlow pii.er go to T. it was linitossi)ie to K,, Into the nous,., noss..sorol consi.ienime moiiev. u. li.sper, ,l,e lamlhefor.. d., OTTT?'7,TST XA.J.N A TSIT and the oulv things saved weie a few JEjUiiM fter a three weeks illness of pneti- - of satei.in .losoht appoint: either toiieo. (iivVJaUiJUKJVsViJll X "PnTTTTT 1JU It Walton. flotlifi and a tnuik, which weu" moiiia, at his home on Cedar Cieek, this ii:ik-n.ihjnl on in..i bwll ht 1)llt w,10ll (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) An. of the goods iuvv ih h,!a,iu..ci,n mom- lilHl n,luv,at t o'clock Wednesday Will be soid . auction prices till I move j,,,,,,,,,' k.fl(1)i, lnMlvi Ai. , KAVOIllll. LINK HElWr.rN' IIIC SOU l II ND sot ni X" loil from .Stanfmd. D.KIass. mi. v o.m'.wi.vm, 1 knovv how the , He originated, hut doe. dead, in kkVENS.1 ' Mm..: is M.ltoi.KK.s ate.a king an in- - "'"think it the woik of an i.uendia.y. pa-- ed lion, the vug to the .v . , imnis L'" "" .I.I.I 0 S.NIKI.H, !... um.. I. Me liolilsail ilisiiltllice ol '::i)0 in the Ills ioiii ear. .viuiuinjn voice of their stock lo set .Mr. Newland believe.l he Through Oars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. wealth they accumulated in the last Continental, of New Yoik, but iufoims set ioits illness would iccover and fietpiently spoke of Ids loss is fully fJ.IMHI. lis R. B. viar. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. what he intended doing as soon as he- r a meeting of tlie stocklioldeis. ol Noi til n.n.-HeI.. Wells, wi o" left his sick lied, but death's grasp was hUCCKSSOK l() T I L K 1" 10 X Yd S 1 0 I'V 1 j I N Kthe Lincoln National Hank, Tues.lav, the uls attested several months ago on the upon liiui ami although the posses.sot of THE HATTER following directors wine tdecled to serve ,.,iir,r0 f wiling a package great will powei he was swept down as M'MIOHAEL, CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 10,1888. for the year I.H.S!J. ,I.'J. William- -, ijl from the Adams K.piess Co., was elear- - gt.is hi Hue a cycle. Joining tlie 1'iedes-ililleCU 4TH AVT5NUK, J. K. IhiughjiilinJ. M; Ilrtll, ed at his trial at Willianisbiiig afewdavs Mnaiian l'.aptists in his eiuly manhood. UMAX) DOWN .1. I', W. Curpoiitcr, AyillnijmifMM'h, "TRAlN'frSfJkTII I'KAINh hOUllf jngo. Wells was ox pi ess messenger at he has followed tin teachings of lb.it KENTUCKY. V LOUISVILLE. Vlt j. .. n .I II. thetliue he was anested and although liti fm iieiuly a half centurv, agreat poi-'- s I'. I.vnti, .ItoL. Owsley, ......... No 7. io. t. ,No. i. No. i ..(.,.-- .'j 8 IU.3, . 1 MAI 'any. milks, .1, Ik wsle.y I,,, ma clcjtr n ipt for the misiug tion of which time lie has spent in innk- Daily Holy nl . Daily iKv.Siin.i 10 J a in, too p in A'rv 6 io a HI 641 17 a m, 4 oj pin btopm ; 55 a ln,l.'. .Cinuinnali IS "hi"l"l'i"sl'is "datives p.uticularly the chil- - The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Ti.KAdvOcato'rs'tvsfnlSt Prof. liTllv lm,;k1,IKt;l,,itf,,l,K'1 I ja m it p in Willlnm.tuwii ...I.Ve $13.111 .... ' 9M a in 5 17 1""' 9 JJ P m' 3 o p m 7 H - Ur"wr UMmu ' ll" l"m,,U liuoriftK.wii, is ,.,im. nm,.sJw1 ' ' l' teie,thone line to ho- - ",.,11 lojua in 70a pin io,S7 pm Mod of ; ,:,k,',l ." w ho is rtTniiliiK a in J(oi m a Hii 4 .. 7 I' l.tMKSKW j J 7 (J pill llo pill IU 5 i uil-" " ' '" "' ' '" " "wrv " l'" '""l l" ' "' ""V " "mmn ,' " V Dan-- , "." 6 n in 710pm 940am. I Ar rodsburg, intemUalso to connect 3 um' 7 to.iiu'l.v I.011 I.ihi s a 10 , . "f (M' Li tiouliU-- , happv. bv dmng what he could for tin ir " 3 jo p si ijoiiw., 1 37 jim ii 4 a 09 a Vr Ihirsm ' in 5q a o.uence' lmvhx' ille with this place and will r ,p. Vrr .. u tUi' .Uw "'", pm AA Ilurtun.. jo a in 317pm J45.ini un" ,,,1. W hl " j,t; pin Jtj pin woaa m 17 am l.tt Jl Nlam wiislioni,,, '"""Htnvilh-,- . 10 pin - jjomm Shih wo.kinafewdays. We hope he will l""" w'jopm 5y it in 3.K. ' trnnge town, he gave bond in t a Hi a S3 a Hi imp turn- kj ic ti i010 it iiia in it ........ million City. it co,M.t.v and there lived till he was do so and that he will make nit,... of . a m .... in Jj i 05 a ,mrt j 03 :, 300pm iuiim to Ins lathers near I rah ()rchaid. lie ,,.,.r m when he n.ovcd to the place upon .... 7 15 a in tJiLdale 111.1111 olonili . 1111m in j - .. , ,. e ' 2" success oi the eiiieiiuisi than the for- . ... ... .. ii in tu a a; a m o to p in ,r t oo uiged an eail,v trial, hut was niade- to' which he died, lie was married eaily Tn rbniiiuhtt" thi ." iniiwi.i. .At't mnpin 7JJi" II. ..I l.ti..l it titt ul lointtille, mm open' 10 pin 91011m 700pm l.'tc C'hati lliei Ullipillii sum nil" ., ' wait ipiitea while, , . at lust when the in life lo .Missai-al- i I ochran, of Madis- - im ludini; the jr ... .,.,. rttiana nip m o 49 i i in Art llirminuluui., m l.'tc jtH"1 11 43 p iJilai iiMttM telliiiu' us how to displa.v trial came oil' he was discharged hefoie on, who during their long inauied life .'iMMraliHiMi. iTjoam. 111311111 It13 KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS p .IiTitin ...!.' ..11 service llitg, whlel' usually all the testimony was heaid. Mr. WelN ,Ved to Ima most loving helpmeet and 43aiB.rt tin sitiial DrUaiy... l.'t mam Art 3JP 630:1 in And.i'oDiy nwn import itinii "f Knjjlifch Halt ... 4 ..McrHllan.,A,.-VrN 3 10 am I. c it aches us hy 7:li In the mnrnii.g, U , iieiongs to a good i.umiy am! of coiuse who is now left to mourn the loss ol a ami Cups An 0l114.ua linn CaiiM nml I.yon's faaym Jaiksn.,.,uVrV. ,. " goo.iml'tr V'li kslmrg ..... o nut nut in its impiMiriulfc till neaily 11 such a eharu'e dots not sit well with liim l.in.l nml nU'ectionate liusbaml. l'in , .. .. 11 50 um C't'ihrainl Umhnllaa al;irs on hand M.ni M prime loojiai ... . N e siippoese ami hi probabilities aie tluit he bring' eliildien blessed their union, but it was kiiii,ii .irtpori o'clock Wednesday. .... ijiii.r' JfSACQUES, CAPS, Z ,:l:1.. i suit for damages. The comjtiiny is also rarely evei the case but what one or SEAL SKIN ,i,i tiieelv had oiue tmuhli' Mann lloudoir HunVt .slecpinc I'ara m all tralaa. surround-whict what the iHttIiei would be and iutleht to him to the uiunjfut. of ;?'(, mmv of his nephews or nieces IIV'ltls ll..'ltei Ai Br.,. Am jnUNC.ttiXUl.T, ll.uoral Manamr. (iliins and oilier ur. a spe i.iltv Orilci IMI r it .will likely pay with consid-- ' ed the heaitbstone of "1'nele Dud." lie idi .it utv si'hiii.il, pir't. t Kiiisfui tu.r gniraii !'. .i J .UM W K. CVKltOI I. lincralSupriiil..-vn- t ,' d ide bi let it go n i imike a II in. r N i.l Me c.i-- t. Ii Iji,, ,tll p"ssi i d peetih.il'itii s, I. ut .dl in in.1l Ii IO. i'. st. li II iil.lni.,ii I 'iiilisu .tii 1, at .ill. nvaids. DrncnwAt pniMTQ .. ?.. w 1... yowr school hooks, ink, tablets. p.i,K.r, pencils and school supplies of all K1IU1S iroill A. I(. ITIIHV. I I .... I .1... ' I in iwiccuiiiii IS ii'iiiiy Him I liev'i ine I mean Don t think this 'jilt v um. A. It. intt ndi'il foi some one in v. Do.v'r forget LVmI'h Model Minstreln Ili.ow ye the coolest bree.es, through which will hold the hoaid's at Walton's the leav.es ami the treezes, sing, oh! I Opera House Tuesday ecniiiir, Ltitli. sing ye heavenly iiuwes, while I patch t.rsU.ass m mak your boots ami shoees on my big mael's and we an pronu.ed a Hire treat. chine. T. .1. Hatchei. On 15th 1889, I mil tell Tin: hoard of siipenisors comppd of! ....,. ,vlll,;,r u ln entire Sim L liaalt fur llie Iwik fn , ",11(1U1 t!li of IlKKft'iMhom I tuuin(Iltiil Mykcji will U . ., ' ""IT " t,. I! I,. ..1 f. .., pUccil the will ee yesterday; "the wild that tluinitxxi hundf of I. It Uxltuii. uhu hctwein )' . . -are ld anil iliirilulit . . wni.-- am.,'V.1111.1111 rsur-- . 11 , "l ' r., .lort,nvni(i Tllt. ,vlllt,.r Vy reVhw' I m cSmpiu.u i a." ih,, R"i e.e ' ion, i I hem- I buy from In tin town .. ...... t unilllM.'Ksluil HI Hie ami . "rl ., .... .. J ,,.i iiiu nmn nveii n, liacim trarte '"en vi'ry iiiiiu, l.... Ii l. .. ... OI...I.. I... ll .1 1. i ..! r uiiiri-iiuiiii ine irh, gmiig ,.,. n,!!,),.,. " Hm, Asexi.KHor Keime.lv's l.nks I ! . Tin. I'ii-sNational Hank elected itsdi- - mult- h rcKuljir ul;nmcnl, hut all m gooJi thall Til.: the trustees of the Stanfo.d Male Hull. ; ioint i nvtnn Tmwlliv ,llU ns it ,lilH ll(ll ,,,,. J I HARRIS and held ,, ui HH' l()t n limlitr I.aniU Kutninril An.ll) tic.il U ork Otntr.il NOTIGE the January, - I '' '.'',',', 1 y couri-IIOUS- ,,.,., !'' ''' , Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, tlTl,.'-!, H'-ig- . m.v.. ITT- v. v nnrrliollv irnn'ln wa mu.aj iu.ivu thing is new, tY,a tmiKUa .oil uuw jiuiuu iiu wan .,,1 aiiu jaAomiuc. Vni V xjvvji v oi ,,., i !.. ' ' r . V . I ,.,,. ,,,,,:, t ' msmmMSOT E PIECE - OF OLD GOODS oi Ki-i- . TO I ! , i '": ..... ... . THE PUBLIC. d - Well-Selecte- d . ' .,., ...... ... . V ini-lM- . ; ,""i I ! 1 , . I thei-olore- i ,i 1 ,,..., .,,., 4 I I GROCERIES , SEVERANCE & SON. ,,..,.,. tu I " i ( I . - uiiiiij,nn,uai I , I j PLEASE OBSERVE ' I . k i M'ROBERTSSTAGG o Mil.m - '' Iwer ,i,iH',. A FUILIL Trr ii. AMTMMT nT ArT7C Oi-lLOXav.O, Saturday, Feb. t, I - , AND SILVERWARE. , l . 1 iiii.-n-- .1 llliie-(ir.i- s .1 5 , 11 . 1 11I .m. I A. 111 I I v ' ( 1 - ! , 11 I' - VV I U U P pniSiM'U vav.dh:,. MA't'JK - If'TOIA, PAWP I s , 1 Wednesday, Feb. 111 I I .111. lie ' 1 111 V . ii. . I . . I - f. ,... ' . . f I - I si'i-ii- I I - - . I 1 I J,rhr ZiWVni I II II .1 1 1 1 .1 f v.s. ' - rr""T ''p.ve'u.u J J mPTrQnTnVTT - AbvU - .rsrlnteS' ! GEOGHEGAN, V nry -- 1 1 - mii-siii- .1 r, V h, . . i I I j 1 "TT IS ''"''' .n ,. :.-- 4 4 11 111 ' 111 I '"'l"i"l" . , - -- JOI iUl . ITV (qi 11 111 111 , . . 111 111 mi . bJ 1 11 A 111 11 111 11 .1 111 I 111 1 ) jwn 1 111 11 .1 1 - 11 . - i.- - . - 4 I .. 4 ttnrlil-rrnuwiu- 1 1 1 111 4 . . 111 11 w I 90t. m ! , , . I . t. '' ni" . i deter-mtii- g - h I I 1, 1 1 1 I . 11 . I 'in l.r-iir- 11, wmtwXJ.vrz "W?w k'' fuel for heating his ketttles, into which this region, the is ho near the the water from the lower pa it of the surface thatany pis contained in it would -Natural lhihir a torm mtiilit-i- i In mi im hogshead ran. This was the ilrst use of probably have escaped; it is only the 'acSRB .WI' pure ninrsh una found issuing from tlu tliu fuel for manufacturing purposes. south pait of Lincoln that the Tientou earth in n consltlpniljliffitiniiUiy in cer- The government used natural gas for is deep enough to allbid a high procure ftarsaparllln, nnd lo sure jott get it, on Lake Kiie in well. tain plncof, notably in western lVnnsyl-vnni- lighting a when you want tho hv.it MiHxbpurlllur. lS'-its forty years nnd northern Ohio. The nnine, titioxitmiilcMi which mmaos to distinguish it from aii me wens noieti in reiiusyivauia in That the supply of ga is limited and In the cute of is certain. succeeding years for oil, also wil' ultimately be juepim-- eoal gas, lias been DUeast'!), you (TRpYAL?2S'flS yielded more or less gas. It was HrM It is onlyas to liow long it will be until to as not being Hiitlieiently exact, innko no pipetl to consumoic at a distance from this occurs that theie is any iicMinii. lu preferring nnd botlitheiiiiuieitinlliuuuiableiuiil when a line of pipe The advocates of the continuous producproposed in its tcml. It is obvious the wells in o( course that the that the sime objection would apply was laid from Harney 's well, in Hiitler tion theory think, 111a oat couuty, Pa., to a manufacturing estab- tlateof its exhaustion is ftti titer oil' than equally its well to thete, as theie uiu EhxtoHi to any ether. Tho that tlxed by tliu Mippoiters of the storother inllainmables mid other rock gsises. lishment 17 miles distant, ltcforc this of modgas vn- icg.irdcd - a dangerous age theory. Ir. Chance, in 1KV, culcii-- ' It i over 02 per tent, iniirsh gas, of time ern blood medicines, Ayer's Barsaparllla which coal gas contains N) percent. A nuisance which was to be cairied out of lated that the gits around I'lttsbuig would be exhausted in eight year. ,a Vi Is still tho molt pon- recent iiny-- gives it the following com- Die way and burned to get lid of, This LEXINGTON.KY. 'X The fact that gas reservoirs, or rather ulnr. heliur in erent- 1 led to some appreciation of its value, s ' ', ITSw position: Jtl.vi cr tieiuami man uii J""Mnr-i m.....n.. ........ ii.01 but it was not until IKS" Hint it bewail to tliu gas in reservoir is not stationary, In. ... rt. jotiiers coin 1101111. OletUut " be generally used in and adds ditlii ulty to any proposed estimate "Ajers SiMnparllla U selling fniv .ii to le piped long distances. HrdrcKcn of the time any Held will t. Tho gas I never i Nitrogen to than ever i.i The tlrst serious accident caused by it Hows in the direction of the least reooiiitnciiil It." Oeorgo W. Whltinan, Oxjk-e'fiMri'YTff J or toward wells already drilled, DriigRlst, Albany, I ml. Carbonic acid 50 was in 1S.V, when 18 people were killed In saying Hint my sale of "I nut safe J when not prevented by natural obsta" oxide... by nn explosion in Pennsylvania. Ayer's Sursannrllliv far excel thotc of o Stipliurctted hydrogen cles. A well, then, max be exhausting, ntiy other, nnd It civet thotoiigh sntNfne-tion.- " In Ohio it was first used for domestic li. 11. Until, Dc.--t Moines, luwa. LONDON, KENTUCKY, purposes at Kindlay in IS:t.s, where a not only the territory immediately , tco. , "Ayer's 8arnimrillu ntid Aysr' Plltt CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. It is a colorlctfw tluid, lighter than air, hoube was lighted by it. Before that around it, but areas many miles oil". nre tlio t Holtlng medicines in my - Through the Kuunwha Valley, where store. I can recommend them conscienusually having the odor of Mdphuretted time it was frequently encountered by Thoroughly Kriiosattd and Kfurnishd. O. riiurumuist, tiously." cUss I'Att nj Krssonjklr Vncti. Dy art J nitk digging cellars and ditches ami a there are many shallow oil wells, pis has Itoseluml, III. lllckliaus, This powder never varies. A marvel ol purity hydrogen so noticahle in strong sulphur those Irains art met br Polite Portrrsol this Popular Mrcnith and ttholesomeness been (lowing in apparently undiminish More economical few explosions occurred. "Vn liavo sold Ayer's Sars.ipttrllla han tne ordinary kinds, and cannot be mid in waters. This is especially true of newly House. hero for over thirty years ami nlwnys It has been known in Meade county, ed tiuiiutity for r." years. No deep wells tinpctitiou with the multitude of low teit, short opened 'wells. It is very inflammable recommend it when asVed to name tho rcigSt aliimor phosphate powders. Sold only in T. McLean, nnd when mixed with air is duugerously Ky., for a number of years, but so far have been sunk, however, and it is litlicst Koval IUkino Powder Co., n. 106 Wall Street, New York. Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. explosive; it is the "fire dnmp so" dread as I know has been in such small iuan- - tle used Charleston being the only 1 have sold your medicines for tho titiwi u to be ol no value. It is now town lighted with it consetpiently only MT. VERNON, KY. ed bv miners last seventeen years, and always keep a small quantity escape ach year. them in storV, ns they nre staples. There have been two theories advane- - proposed to dig deep wells in this conn- ThisolJ nil well known llutrl is still maintain ' There Is nothing so good for tho youthith this exception all old wells huu ed to account for the pretence of natural ty nnd pipe the gas to I.ouisville. ine its fine trputatlon. Chatties reasonable, flpe ful liIo(sl' as AyrrVt Sarsaparllla." cial attention to the traveling ruiMa l'eoria and Fort Scott, Kansas, are shown a steady falling oil" in the amount gas, known respectively us the theory of It. L. Parker, Vox Lake, Wis. M.V NKWCOMI1. produced. " Ayer's Sarsapnrllla gives the txt continuous production and that of stor- lighted by natural ga 25 S) It Mt Vernon. Ky. satisfaction of any mrdlclue I have, in At present it is so extensively used in ot Stanford on Nel' Creek age. The former theory is, in suletance, TW miki South stock. 1 recommend It, or, as the There has recently been going the nt Carlisle, K Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Ytnfc, West W.CKAIG. .0orc.5 Doctors snr, I prescribe it over the that the gas is formed by the action of counter.' It never falls to mrt tho water on highly heated metallic oxides Virginia and Illinois that in ISSj it is rounds of the papers an article pointing cases for which 1 recommend It, even C. A. BENEDICT & CO., deep in the. earth's interior; tho water estimated that it ilisplaccd .'t.ini.OOO tons out . great danger which would result where the doctors' prescriptions have Tho Original Wins. lwen of no nvall." C. F. Calliotin, Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, used is that which penetrates down of coal, valued at Sri.OOO.OOO. Leases of frotntlieuseofnatur.il gis. The dan C K. Mmmnni K f .u.i t. Monmoutli, Kutisus. f . A.Mrrmona I.Uer Mr Jlclne, KsF'd land in gas territories are made at some ger consisted in tho caving in of the from the surface. The supporters of STANFORD, KY. , '.?, "'f. U'.S- Co,", !i "ATS J. this theory do not beliexe. however, that .t(X) per ncre; coal lands at $2". Its use eartli above any resi'noir as soon as the Il.Zellln, I'rop'rA.Q.Mmmorii I.t. cr Krirulator. Kst'd bv 7,iUn gas was exhausted, the idea being that l.s$.". gas is being pioduced by any means so has not increased since . ..im MA. S. 1.. t. I... Wells drilled to order and Pumps (urnlihrd at rKr.r.utr.o ur cured. Inmoihtion, IIuiol'snsm. It is furnished to consumers in tliu all support was withdrawn. When it is rapidly as it is at present consumed and jo fauery prices. 1'TsrsrsuSicK IUadach,Lot Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mats. States mentioned a' about the following reinombcred tiiat the rescrvoh consists wasted. ArriTiT. Sota Mnuacit, Ktc, l'rlc t, all bottles, J. Worth I) t botltr. .Her i . 11. ncama. il. K. v The 'storage theory is that the g.is lias rates: Hollers in mills, etc., Ji0 to $100 of minute cavities in the rocks and fisSAW MILL FOR SALE ! been long ago sures between them, not much alarm on $1 think I should hare beenwrlteafl per 1,000; dead bot produced beneath tliu sur par mouth; brick kilns or your i.enulnt .M. A. Sltn. Also Xmml nnd Stock will beexperienced. moo l.lvrr McOlclne. face nnd Unit such a part of it as did not cook stoves, $10 per year for heating li account of a cave-iI haw Uw( " ometlmea had to tvbstltuta squai c feet of surface; heating stoves, escape and become mixed with the I trr' "Zcilin'a atuff'oryoar Jtledl tccasionally gas is seen bubbling up A I desire to leave Kentu.kyl will cell M great cine, but It don't answer tb was stored up under an im- $20 ner venn urates. $1S per year. STANFORD, KY , nact)fic a saw milts complete with jo horse boilers purpoa," . In some towns, however, the conipe from shallow creeks in reuions of black works, ox jo; und ao horse engines, 2 ssw Or. J. II. Graret, ndltor Ti mense pressure in subtenanean reserwiguns, t buckboard, spring seagshale, or oil is found covering some E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. j comii.inies is so ull and harness 3 jokes of cattle, 3 mules, t horse. voirs. The advocates of this theory be- titiou between rival receireda rc k aire ol vour I.l..r "surface larm 01 nri ..... ... ..I Jlrdicinr, and hare used ball o( K. arit mta complete, ana my vtiiixcii 500 acres 01 lieve the gas to have resulted, as did Ntrniic ilint iiiuiimoi-- ..... unioitii.il tin. ' SpntlU with .. II film. Tiiesst I. ..!,.. hnob land cl timiierca, prisaieiy It worVsliae a charm. I want no . . .i .. ... . .. r 1 tine ii .iivim 'I ui.. ... aimi luriiisncu mi-.. ;is riiiiiuiiiiiii" MART SMITH, nre Kir Hotel still inaintams better l.trer llrrnlator and cr. ini.oiaanu netroleum from the slow ilecuv of huirc ii.iilie -. t Mayuood, Ky. I he Ks and Oil result its huh reputation. and Its Proprietor u determin. Uinljr no wore ol ZziWa't rauUr Stores Ol K.Iqtiuntltlra of organic matter, principally otw or wvemi yeai-siKlll H ssawmt.l tei. ..w " .. which was . l,',1 'Pint .rna nut Kutrif. ur.1.1 l.v fllllllil III frsilti rim ulnlis nm fawtlak ...silnl.1.. iliuusm. ll Ki iiiTuur the tviHiif llnlsl niiiiif i in'iii e-" sissw ThBUVEns'onrnE( veueianie. nuriei uvireoioir state id its (411- - Ajkii iOntnl, or Alien (as it is not measured) houses and cities Isitions Koini; on near the surface, and lion 19 his '. est Issued March and Sept., ,, chan-e- s. 3!nrs wis s now given o HaJe onvcyed l.and " each rear. It is an encv- . nfilhcr is iuMnt in a Iarr'e .inantity. from depot free of harce Spe u. a umi'xla Iclopodfa of useful In for-- 'r in which grasses or le.ues lighted by it are usually brilliantly illu"'y lod lions to CjinmerciAl Travelers, II. A I.. initiated, one hundred burner.-- costing tnation for all who pur- - have fallen and protected from tho the luxuries or tha more than one. necessities of life. We mospheie by the water, have been al no can clothe you and furnish you with lowed to slow lv rot. &o EtiSJadtvitkEy sit t.S?" 'vi "m 5i78ss all the nooessary and unnecessary Ihe. Irenton limestone (which in It is only as to the oiiKin of the rrnpliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep, McKISNKV, KV. ami imiiana is as Dealing is ,tlie oat, fish, hunt, work, go to church, thattkere - any division of opinion. GEO. A. KOMi; R, or stay at home, and in various sizes, All ayree tl.at by far the laiyvst ai t of irimt' iwk 111 unit part 01 (.arranl l'or Irui;s, Mr.liciiics, the f.nno'JS Ssrup 01 l'is;s tylca and quantities. Just figure out urckcripiioim prompti) and or what is required to do all these things the total amount of LMHtiroduted escan- - north and east ol a line passing " point rec iiciour all hours, and to Krt )our Jisaj'ir , BANKER AND BROKER tly hllcil at l 'COMFORTABLY, and you can make a river four miles nltove Croceries, fine cigars, Toilet Article. Kr ua to ed or escapes and that onlv a coinnara- - ol1 t,,e AjA. i llrnailway and si Nrsr of the value of the MUYEHH ivAiiisP5SsisfflwBIBi1u htriet. GUIDE, which will be sent udou tivelv small nuantitv is stored up in res- - Camp Nelson, to Hryanthville, fiom llry-- j will attend to' our drutf department , also attend to BaaWrTV!1? a.A NKW VOKK the wants oi the sick., niht or day, in tiinrn ur receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, wiitwville through Camp Dick Uobinson Jcrvoirs tinder tiemendiotis pressure. a MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. These ivwrvoiw are not open cavities!10 t,,L' 'ineolii limit; in the uorthern cuunir' JT. & CO., Stocks, Uonan. Qrnln. Provisions and 4 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. 'but me meielv the fissures and pores in Irion of Lincoln and in the eastern Petroleum. LOUIS SOHL.EGEL, HUSTONVILLE, KY PRICE w the lock masses and are found generally thirdof Itoyle and .Mercer. In this twIlOl't.in.sOI.U.V fAKIIH II ON MAKUIN Arc still in ihe business ami r ady t 1!" any s ' ' bl' W in the jiorus inagncsian limotone of the tio t,lt,n' thlni; in ihe I'ndirtaLuiK line c have a full I' S for espl.mutory pamphlet 6t is tSrCUl JiT .mil stock r.f gas rock is on tlie surlace ami any gas ill Vim! and Kohes - KV. HK'It.MO.VU frrnciim Trenton peiiod. sfi'tor) Our hesrse. hih is nearly l,1,Vl, om,, I'"" new can be otiUintd .n short holier Mr J II "' lOLA'bncAM lu onler that the gas be imprisoned it wl,il,, 1'hotojraphs in all styles and sires. 1'uturct in (rr4 lias chsr'v nfi.ur business and ill show ...-, our ijoojs to any onr nredms; anythiru in our India Ink, Crayon nnd Water Cilori. S'e " imjii;riuuB J$ZLZ-K& - Tllia prep.tratlon,wUhOUt - " auove 11,nmi niwe ue uii rooi, or racK p.r line .. o, if sijns inl'rames inA Mst it ery low prices. " " " """"" ami mat tins ''euL I08. stmir.rcniovesjcrecic- - 1001 1... : Pirn...1 1....:.... lunntv the Tri'iitnii in at ihe north olid :.i f! i) ?,?.ik:?S,a.d.!'..SuJ??,urn. ' -- 00 foot, in the center and at the ..u. n jv;n UIHN1CIUUU3 win rcnucraiJd' from anoint in both dhveiions so .w to south end '.'(X) feet below ".. surface, an wie . the ngure like an inverted I.U nost stuhlwrnly red skin Boft, smooth and ,orlu e))tOBHYIltt tw AtMIT CsiCiCO Hi fia- ICCt white. Viola Cream is not a paint or "jll.riO CiltAH.S to l 'TIC. If tliiv mnf i.rnnu nut i.v mm...!,, ll,.. nvenige Ol '!') It'Ct. It lllH tlieil ,owucr 10 cover neiecis, out aremeily to cure. surface at any point, 'IhUnotut fnreuirtis lumtrrs, tih. riiirii ami the loint wheie it disup-anhooer ditant, !"-It is superior to all other preparations, and others not to trripss on our lanls Kiilnmt tier THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE com'tined beneath will follow pears fr)m sight to the county linu gas misalon, ns nllsuih lilt.t' prosit uttnl to the is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At s Yt n Sinei( eMciit of th. law or mailed lor CO cents. 1'reparcd by thetiendof the rock and evajie; il the ubnut teii miles; it is exposed twice by ..n CENTRAL KENTUCKY 1. j. mi. i., ui:o I) IIOI'TUt, cut.- - of Chaplin and Milt G. G. BITTlVISTfc & CO,, roof is crushed or broken, the gas will "" deep J M. McKOlli:in,JR. M S IIAUtlllMAN, TOLEDO, OHIO. 1o .11 I'..mls HOll'l McAI.IMKK. J. I: IIRI'CK LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Here then we have a means of or in this distance, II SHANKS. II. 1IAUOHMAN. For gatt nt Mc Roberts .V At the western line tif ISoyle the Tien- - b Stanford, K) telliii" v here to bore fur p,.. if. onlv tlu A M. KI.I.AM) 1IKNI MRS. iras. llAlfillMAN. Daily, Stiure to Trasclirs. WESTON 'local neology can be marked out. It is ton is at an average depth of thiee him- - K.'I l'KNCi: THE MOST RAPID ROUTE only necessary to know if the gas beating bed feet, dijiping not only from east to ivcry, feed and Sals Stable, west, butalno from north to south. rock is preseut, and if the conditions aie FAST MHE HETWEEN ' lu (inrmrd the Trenton i about MU favorable for imprisoning the gas. lu ... mcii LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. tsveenall nine anu m coinlori-h- lf Iriint ls feet below the suiface in that part of the intsin the Soih. or to ihe .West Mrilrlnn fur Tlir.at aud Lung Difll- - Northern Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. eastern line between Paint I.iek and the NortlKseti. lhcoMHler;..iiis.f ih i,a,n .m an all whero the older ucolozical foimationi 'Itifis hn long licrn, uiul htil! :i, Aj.-r'tiHnklinesi.iencminaieJ Ihe Limited I.si.ims lltfg SlIIUll i.y IN HI Iht M ne auDerL rolling .i.m l w. .. are covered with n considerable amount point at which I'niut bick creek enters i'lierry It cutes Croup, ",,"v "" ir..l., .A iv. .:?. "sVlioojilug Cough, Itrouehltls, uinl of drift, these questions are not easily tho Iluntucky river; from Paint I.iek to ffAtalCouHii Ticket Oflur. in Ihe South No . .Nn So jmi mil nnd our lime tat.lc. and llckcls. Ss Mo. Astiima; bootlics iriitHtuin of tliu ansutred, and boring has usually to South llountt. the point at which the ltockcnstlt line Menon and stick ., .Monnn, Pv Sun 'Larj-it.and Faitces; struiigttieus tliu !aih 'IW Sua no. Ktmoney and have a pleasant ll ni nam to sate joins tho (iainird Hue it is 1U0 feet dueji, to. In Centtal Kentucky the journev. Vocal Organs; allujs honncss of tlm S 30 m, I ji p in 11 "I I.ve I'ovine'w h O. M CriKMICK. and from that point to Copper creek it W. H. JACKSON &. CO., PRO'RS. reverse i true. X.1111RS; ptoventi Consumption, ami, l.vc r'alwMMilh.,.. m oj n hi ij sj p m 1 t.encral Puim... A... ri... . ... jo p in p m os a m in its I ickel Agents and u.tue.s I.sc Cynthiana is ,'.Wi feet deep. It dips then in fven In advanced stagit of that ilUn, LONDON, K Air Paris ll 40 a m 10 JO p m J 10 p in I. M. lliri knkk, 7ij 4th ve., I.ouisville, Kv ruliovcw Coughing and iudiiees Sleu;;. m p in H. A.TiKkKNtK, 'J '.MO feet to the mile fiom west to Arr l.iaKton... ij jo p m jo p ra While it is only in the l.ut few yuois i4 ,e st., Cincinnati Oh'O .... JIl'J always lor hire f1MU lUIU'Ullterm iddle iorcIhe Itvi.t conven I.se I'ari. .1 t i Tliero Is no other preparation for dU- t , to tt t 11 Jo :i 10 U p in i H p in east ami one toot toe nine unm norm roason.ibl 'lid that natural gas is J5 railroad 'ar of tli throat Ulnl lung's l he coin- - hiderahlo share bus attracted such a con--it' to south. In the noilhern pait of thtr- - ientthe on the sectionI. oft thenres h places 10in the Arr Winchester, ' 10 P m, a jj p m ' 10J P I" point p Arr Iticlinmnil... ui of public attiontion. tinrcd with this round . in Mate mountain ' Arr Lancaster.... f ,10 r. m .., soveiai places uy sugar, tl o p m ... '.'My. wifo had a dihtr.ing cough, ,. mi lieen known for a longtime. In J770 ll 's .xposel Arr Minfsul... "I,(1 tlu'il' I.ve Kiilimotid ... p in ... . U'usliiiiKtnii Y" 'VrTr'i ".rfn.ii1 the KniiBsImviil- - ' ,Ull,,k .. ....... . ... .., .v .... ..... Arr llerca , , ) o p in .. .,.. . .....hi uicaie lauus given ,. lor iiiiuia- - . .. , county ,ineio .is couijiara-r- y . '" Arr I. Cling tun. any good until I got a liotllo of S S nun linr " in i.iucoin Ayor's Cherry IVcttinil, which has cured -C- HICKEN service.--. On this land hev he discov- -' tivelv little Trenton as a surface formaXo. T. No l.er. A nolgliliur, Mrs. Crlenii, had tho N, "S inadcs, and the tough was relieved by 'ered a "burning npring," whicli with an tion; what thero is is in the extreme iha tiau of Aynr's Cherry l'tictoral. I acre of giound he deedetl to tho public, nortliern part of the county; to the west LOULSVILLE AND NASHVILLE l.se I. Kingston... 00 a in Cholera Cure ! aiavo no hesitation In recotumendiug tills I.vc llerca 10 5 a In ls-'-l a well was dug in Kreilonia, N". it Is continuous with that in Iloylc audi a m s Arr Itichmonil... RAILROAD. V., feet deep; gas issued from it and to the east with that in (.iarraid. In the I.ve Stinfuril .. to a ui' Ihe tirejt l.anctsler I.e Kichmonil. I 10 a was utilized by the iuliabltatants as fuel ' southern pait of Lincoln it is probably so everyone aflllcted." Itobert Ilorton, Arr II oi a in lleadliyht, Morrillton, Ark. lor MJine thirty lights. This is piobably piOO feet deep; dipping to the south THROUGH TRUNK LINE. I.ve Kictiinonil. 30 p in 6 50 a Arr Winchester. t " I have been allll, tod w Ith asthma ;io 1 in , the tiist economic titTc of gas in this! about one font to the mile, as in Arr Paris 3 '5 I in laj a To The Jer forty 1 eats. Iist spring I was taken I to Wooden pipes were u set yard. I.ve I.exliiKion .. j 00 p in, 7 35 a in 3 00 p m with a violent rough, wliirh threatened Pit SSSLLSSVvSV. iBF I.ve Paris 8 30 a j 40 p pin 3 50 my is. Every tt toriuiiiatc In consumption. oue d convey it to consumers. In LSiM the. We. have then all the data necessary I.ve Cynthiana ... 4 06 p in, 9 oO a nil 4 30 p m mo 1 I.ve Falmouth... 4 S' town was illuminoted in honorof a visit to answer the question as to the in 10 oj a ml j 5pm to try Ayei's Pectoral. Arr Covington. .. 6 00 p 111,11 j3 a iu 6 jopm With Lafayette. The news of tlie use of fence of gas in Mercer, lloyle, (iarrard urn inagli al. I was Immedl-ntollis uTi'.-iOn thcMuyssillc ISranch, No, leaves 1'aris at rt'llcviMt aud loiitimicd to linprovii such a fuel attiacted tho attention of the aud I.iucoin counties. As shown above 8 in, a m and No. 11, at 5 ao, p m, arrltine at tniMl ntircly ri'covcrcd." Joel Hullard, M.iysvilleat 10 50, a m, and 740, pin. No. 10 scieiitilic woild, hundreds declaring it from a point near High Hridge the for 'J ii If.tr. 1, Coiiii. leaves Maysvillc at 6oo, a in, arris ing at Tans at 8 jo, am. ' Hk iimiitlis ago f had a sovero No u leaves Maysville at toe and the eighth wonder of the world. This! inttions dip to tho south at about one Louisville arrives at I'aris nt 3 5, p m. These trains are :n of tliu lungs, brought on by an well was afterward stink to a depth of fo)t to the mile, to the west aud east at daily except Sunday JiiUftSMiui imiiiIi wfihh deprived me of To Nashville, No, 3i leases Covington at 830 am, arrives at 70 feet aud then furnished a much larger the rate-o- f two feet or more per mile. rimi .mi I r st. I tried various ruine-lclalmouth nt 1030 Memphis, leaves Fnlinouihut 4a30m, Sunday (infjr. Nu. 31 hut olitiilnrd 110 nllef until I pm. arrives .it Covlnijion quantity of gas. No other well was duir Tneiecan he no doubt that gas does not to taku A.v.'i'n I'lierry Pectoral. A at 6 30 p m; Sunday only. No, 15 leaves Lexinguntil 18."0 and this produced no gas tor exist in rocks older than the Trenton, Atlanta, ton 7 15 p m, irrives I'aris 7 SJ P " Jmv hi.tili'Niif this iiicilli'iiii) cured tils'." So. 8 leaves p .Mrs. K. Cohiirn, 10 Kei'tmd t., IajwcII, 3 arrives aimoutn 7 o n m, housands of dollars worth of eight years. In 1871 the original well but oven if such wero the car-- in this reMontgomery, No 7 leaves Falmouth at j 30 a m, arrises at C ov iits.s. :hickens die every year from Choi-'ra- . was sunk to n considerable depth, and gion It would all have made, its escape Little Rock, ingion at 7 50 a m, "Fur e'ii'!ren aillhttd with colds, now It is more fatal to chickens than DAILY EXCKI'T SUNDAY. supplies the whole town with light, long ago by following the formation un..ri il.ioat, or crotiti, I do not Mobile and New Orleans. NO TK. Trams 3 and are daily between Win.11 wmcr diseases ):uuw 'f miy rfii.t'il,- which will glvu chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other combined. Hut the hi 1S07-- a majority of tliu ninny salt der which it was confined to 'the place mm rpfidv rol'ef than Ayer's trains are daily except Sunday, Jiscoyery ol u reineay mat positively welln dug in Kanawha Valley gave a where it comes to the surface. The Newport News & Miss.Valloy Oo. liiivDirect connection is made at Winchester with It, also, lnviilu- i'tiatoral. Jshlfl ,1 .f susapeaic r. unio lor Mt Merliuc, Ashland cures it has been made, and to be ll.HIllg Cllllgll." large amount of gas witli the water; in slope of nil tho formations is so great Only one change to poi.its in IIiietinton. Charlestan, W Ya. and Kastern cities , 12.V W .t liiii'.rtou street, iu of its efficacy only rehires a I'nST LINK No. and 4 run tia Winches. some cases lie pressure being strong thai this must liavo occurred. In Boyle, . Musk. ter.ASnlul trains with I'ullmin Sleeping Cars, be. trial, a bottle is enc ugh Pr (Iarrard the creeks & enough to force tho water to it consider Mercer and pints of tween Cincinnati and Kichmnml. ,nJ Vf!,l," one ". ., hundred chickens. che.ler and NVashiiiuton It is guar height. No use was made of it,. ami rivcis have cut down from the sur C: rry Pcsforal, able Through tickets and baggage checked to any anteed EMIGRANTS If, after using of destination reached by a railroad, however, until IS 11, when William face to the Trenton, thus affording addibottle, the the line of this I'M ft' .. ;Mi JIV Thompson led the mixed gas and salt tional opportunities for the eccapoof any Seeking homes on special rale. road Mill receive K.K?,r .'!' K.riicu,;" ,Jd'e S.ny agent of the Co. Mtisfied with buyer is not thoiouKhlv IIACON, If.rayelinsr r. ..MORSK. it as a cure for Chicken I I'asi'g'r Agt., (Jen'l I'ass'g'rAgt., Dr. J. G. L Co., Lowell, Mass. water thiotigh wooden pipes to a hogs- gas which may have once been present c "sTSce agent nt this Company for ralcs.'roules Lexington, Ky. or write to Cosington, Ky. Uiolera, return it to the undeisiimed fcHW'-rC. P. ATMOItf? (J. I'. T. A., ,.' rrn.tf U lttl.', i head near by. In this the gas lose to there. U.K. MUNTINCiTON, General Manner. "id your money will be refunded. I.ouisville, Ky the top ni.d was led oil' to bo used a a aonORlceri. Covington, Kentucky, If theie hail been no disturbances in ror,,lebyMcR0'.rtt.Si.,..j,St,ford NATURAL GAS. giw-rook SBW-HtrfHTE- (To tlie IMilor, Interior Journal.) Ask For Ayer's u light-hous- e T. uiti-ticinll- y F J oh-Jett- fof rook-ga- s lit, CREAM MVWi S fM oajai &2&U& fore-tiiim- - a- i fti - whmx I h . - PXf POWDER Absolutely Pure. 'akih1' FOB. SAUL IVnn-ylvun- i.t lii-- pres-pressur- e, JACKSON HOUSE. ' i K-s- rt OT-- ti. -- NEWCOMB HOTEL. r House and 111c Acres Land Prr-y- ., 1 THAT FIGHT - j Ayer's Sarsaparilla, i. i n I ' 1 was-nn- r 1 ,. i Mm-w- ( - . 11 . . 1 . . . . s 1 - . ' ih-i- . O ... ... . " 11 1 - . I . n 1. 1 'h f wi- I I - . ! ". .- J , W V LOITID CO., 1 SPECITJsUATlOlT. k-i- s i- io S3 - - - - ' t-- J 111-11- T. STJTTOIT t's Osv.-isol 11 tin l'-- ' PHOTOGRAPH ER, Mi JP PlSKni LlVOr-MolfiH. 1 J i V. ' 1 . X' "'' ". 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